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Jack Ross Sacked As Hibernian Coach


Scottish outfit Hibernian has sacked Jack Ross as the manager of the team, just a week before he was due to lead them out in the league cup final.

Rose took charge at Easter Road a month after his contract was terminated by Sunderland in October 2019, and since taking over the Hibs he’s taken them to seventh, third as well as the Scottish Cup final beating Rangers in semifinals.

Ross exit comes after Wednesday’s 1-0 defeat to Livingston left his side with one league win in nine games.

Hibernian have dropped to seventh place in the Scottish Premiership following their loss to Livingston, with a massive 11 points off the team in third.

After the defeat to Livingston the manager said that he will take the blame for the loss, while he also prepare his team for their league cup final at Hampden on December 19 against Celtic.


“The criticism that comes in the stand and and the one that will come afterwards, direct it at me not the players.”


“I’ve had nearly 300 games now as a manager and I’ve had a pretty positive time in the main. I back my abilities to do it, but your abilities are always reflected in what you get from your team.”

“You can’t shy away from that and you can’t bristle when you’re asked about mounting pressure because it’s the nature of the job.”
While Ross has left his role as the Hibs boss, the Scottish side will hope to bounce back to winning ways in their next game.

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