Hibernian coach Paul Heckingbottom after seven months with Hibs scoring just one Scottish Premiership victory this season
- Hibernian fired coach Paul Heckingbottom after just seven months
- The Hibs are fighting in the Scottish Premiership with just one win in 11 games.
- They were eliminated from the Scottish Cup in a defeat by Celtic on Saturday.
Hibernian fired coach Paul Heckingbottom after just seven months in charge, with the team fighting in the Scottish Premiership.
Hibs have only had one in the league so far this season, and that happened on day one, with a 1-0 win over St Mirren.
They are currently in 10th position, just one point above St Mirren at the bottom, with five straight draws.
Hibernian fired coach Paul Heckingbottom after just seven months in charge
Hibernian is fighting in the Scottish Premiership with just one win in 11 games so far.
You have to go back to September 25 to find the latest win, a penalty shootout victory against Kilmarnock in the quarterfinals of the Scottish Cup.
They were eliminated from the cup in the semi-final by Celtic, with a heavy 5-2 defeat on Saturday, and Heckingbottom received his orders on Monday.
Heckingbottom only got the job in February after Neil Lennon's departure from Celtic.
Hibernian came out of the Scottish Cup semi-final at Celtic hands on Saturday
At the time, he signed a three and a half year contract but was fired just seven months after his term.
The Englishman was manager of Barnsley for two years from 2016 to 2018 and then moved to Leeds United in 2018.
Eddie May is likely to repeat his role as interim manager, a position he held earlier this year after Lennon left the club.
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