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Looking at getting the Hull player on loan according to the DR
 

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Hearts, Dundee UTD, St J and St Mirren have been after him a while.

Get lotsa news pop ups from "not the old firm" seen him pop up a few times.
Don't know much about him, but hopefully we've got a permanent forward lined up as well, I could accept this lad coming in as an emergency job with Doidge being out, but not being our plan originally.
 

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Googled, same article mentions the possibility of another move for Jamie McLaren ffs

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He's a very good striker...would be good to get him on loan.
 

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He's a very good striker...would be good to get him on loan.

Hull only signed Scott from Motherwell last summer. But after 34 appearances and just four goals last season, Hull are set to part ways with the 20-year-old. Admittedly, he has suffered with injuries since arriving for a fee of £1 million last year, which has seen his progress take a hit.

Injuries comment worries me.
 

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Hull only signed Scott from Motherwell last summer. But after 34 appearances and just four goals last season, Hull are set to part ways with the 20-year-old. Admittedly, he has suffered with injuries since arriving for a fee of £1 million last year, which has seen his progress take a hit.

Injuries comment worries me.

He can’t have had that many injuries if he managed 34 appearances last season? Don’t know much about the lad or his track record, but remember him being highly rated at Motherwell.

If it’s a loan deal (maybe with an option to make permanent) and we’re still going to sign another striker, I think it would be a good move.
 

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He can’t have had that many injuries if he managed 34 appearances last season? Don’t know much about the lad or his track record, but remember him being highly rated at Motherwell.

If it’s a loan deal (maybe with an option to make permanent) and we’re still going to sign another striker, I think it would be a good move.

Hull played 57 games last season, being available for 34 of them isn't too bad.
 

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As long as Aberdeen aren't in the running we might stand a chance.

Still a young player with alot to prove.
 

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He can’t have had that many injuries if he managed 34 appearances last season? Don’t know much about the lad or his track record, but remember him being highly rated at Motherwell.

If it’s a loan deal (maybe with an option to make permanent) and we’re still going to sign another striker, I think it would be a good move.

It would just be our luck to put all our eggs in one basket and the lad gets the same injury, if he comes then and stays fit brilliant.
 
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Googled, same article mentions the possibility of another move for Jamie McLaren ffs

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53 goals in 58 games I can't see why Melbourne City would want to loan him out but if they did I'd take him at Hibs.
 

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53 goals in 58 games I can't see why Melbourne City would want to loan him out but if they did I'd take him at Hibs.

Tbf I said that based on his last stint, just didn't seem like he wanted to be here.

Good record there though, had a good record there before as well.
Easier league, warmer weather, suits him.
 
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Tbf I said that based on his last stint, just didn't seem like he wanted to be here.

Good record there though, had a good record there before as well.
Easier league, warmer weather, suits him.

I don't think his relationship was good with Lenny towards the end? I'm not so sure he bought into his injuries...
 

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Or maybe Jamie didn’t buy into his manager’s management ability.
Who the fuck is “Lenny” anyway.
Indeed.

Lenny was overall a very good Hibs manager.
 

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I don't think his relationship was good with Lenny towards the end? I'm not so sure he bought into his injuries...
I think you're right. Watched an interview a while back with Jamie and he mentioned how frustrated Lennon was getting with injuries which was ridiculous at the time the number of key players out.
 

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“Lenny” was/is a Smelly.
Neil Lennon was decent for Hibs for a while.
He’ll never be “Lenny” in a Hibs context for me.
I've no doubt he's a smelly. He's not one of us. Very few Hibs managers are. However, for the majority of his time he did tremendous for us. Particularly once promoted. "Lenny" or Neil Lennon it makes no difference to me. I am not a huge fan of his personally but acknowledge and respect how he installed for a period a good mentality at the club. The guy is called much worse daily thanks to ignorance and prejudices. I find it weird how a section of our support don't want to acknowledge how overall he was good for us and we good for him. He's certainly not in the Colin Calderwood or Terry Butcher category...
 
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