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Hibs star sends ‘horrible’ warning as Neil Warnock declares Aberdeen forward ready



Hearts are maintaining a dominant position in the race for third place, holding a comfortable 12-point lead over their closest rival, Kilmarnock. Meanwhile, Hibs are facing a challenging period, currently sitting in eighth place after a string of four winless games.

In their upcoming matches, Hibs will be eager to reverse their fortunes as they take on Aberdeen on Saturday, aiming to secure a much-needed victory. On the other hand, Hearts will look to solidify their hold on third place as they host Motherwell.

As the football action unfolds in Edinburgh and beyond, fans eagerly await the outcomes of these crucial matches, which could significantly impact the standings in the league.

Le Fondre’s warning

Adam Le Fondre, the returning forward for Hibs, emphasized the importance of finishing the season strongly, acknowledging the improvements made to the squad with the January signings. He stressed the need for a positive end to the season in order to achieve their goals.

On the other hand, Aberdeen boss Neil Warnock expressed confidence in new winger Junior Hoilett, whom he has reunited with after their time together at Cardiff. Warnock mentioned that Hoilett looks sharp and determined, having trained with Reading for the past six weeks. Hoilett’s versatility in playing different positions adds valuable options to the team, particularly given Aberdeen’s current squad situation. Warnock highlighted the challenge of finding quality free transfer players but believes Hoilett’s addition will strengthen the squad.



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