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HibeeMackenzie
27-07-2019, 12:57 AM
Seems itís the same knee he done for Australia
Is it just a knock or are we without him for a long time?

Forza Fred
27-07-2019, 02:48 AM
Seems itís the same knee he done for Australia
Is it just a knock or are we without him for a long time?

A scan will tell us...

neil7908
27-07-2019, 05:43 AM
We'll surely need to get someone else in if it's anything more than a knock. Squad looking good but a couple of gaps still in midfield and now potentially out wide.

Spike Mandela
27-07-2019, 06:52 AM
Out for a lengthy period or not I am concerned we are not getting the same player back as we had pre injury. Boyle was/is a key player for us and his pace is a vital outlet for us..

I would hate to see this lengthy injury affect his game. Could it be something that prays on his mind during games? Could he be less pacy? Hopefully we get the player back that to my mind was THE most improved player and his career was really kicking on.

MacGruber
27-07-2019, 06:56 AM
Hoping for the best but fearing the worst. It didn't look good. His reaction on the ground seemed llike he thought it was the same thing aa happened before. Have to wait and see.

Ozyhibby
27-07-2019, 07:01 AM
Watching on TV itís not obvious that he did any damage. Hopefully he just got a bit of a fright as he fell.


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we are hibs
27-07-2019, 07:02 AM
Out for a lengthy period or not I am concerned we are not getting the same player back as we had pre injury. Boyle was/is a key player for us and his pace is a vital outlet for us..

I would hate to see this lengthy injury affect his game. Could it be something that prays on his mind during games? Could he be less pacy? Hopefully we get the player back that to my mind was THE most improved player and his career was really kicking on.
I thought Boyle was poor before his injury last season tbh. He was playing upfront a lot of the time and he's far better out wide. But even when he was out wide there seemed to be a reluctance to run at his man as much and he seemed to check his run too much and try to come inside where he was being blocked out

Since452
27-07-2019, 07:08 AM
Just a precaution

BSEJVT
27-07-2019, 07:26 AM
Boyle at the top of his game is a great and important player for us.

We didn't IMO see that at all last year pre-injury

Understandably perhaps he hasn't looked anywhere near at it so far this season.

Truly hope this is just a wee fright for him, but he needs to step it up massively to be anywhere near the team when he does return.

He has looked timid, ponderous (other than one burst to keep in an overhit pass v Arbroath which gives me great hope) scared to take folk on and bereft of confidence.

Sure he will be okay when he gets up to speed but it might be as hard for him to trust in his knee again as it is to recover physically

J-C
27-07-2019, 07:26 AM
He was wanting back on but they kept him off as a precaution due to the game being done and dusted.

Borderhibbie76
27-07-2019, 07:41 AM
Boyle at the top of his game is a great and important player for us.

We didn't IMO see that at all last year pre-injury

Understandably perhaps he hasn't looked anywhere near at it so far this season.

Truly hope this is just a wee fright for him, but he needs to step it up massively to be anywhere near the team when he does return.

He has looked timid, ponderous (other than one burst to keep in an overhit pass v Arbroath which gives me great hope) scared to take folk on and bereft of confidence.

Sure he will be okay when he gets up to speed but it might be as hard for him to trust in his knee again as it is to recover physicallyYour spot on with this post didn't impress me at all last season his form really dipped after the Oz call up and I was at the alloa and arbroath games and he still looks well off the pace to me (understandably so given the injury lay off). Really hope it's nothing serious and we get the old Boyler back soon...but know current form hes not in the starting 11 for me.

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JimBHibees
27-07-2019, 09:39 AM
Boyle at the top of his game is a great and important player for us.

We didn't IMO see that at all last year pre-injury

Understandably perhaps he hasn't looked anywhere near at it so far this season.

Truly hope this is just a wee fright for him, but he needs to step it up massively to be anywhere near the team when he does return.

He has looked timid, ponderous (other than one burst to keep in an overhit pass v Arbroath which gives me great hope) scared to take folk on and bereft of confidence.

Sure he will be okay when he gets up to speed but it might be as hard for him to trust in his knee again as it is to recover physically

To me it looked like he was playing in early part of the season with an injury seemed to be limping quite a lot. Hopefully he is fine as is a big player for us. Great attitude.

BlackSheep
27-07-2019, 09:42 AM
Any news on Boyle this morning from anyone itk or otherwise... the EEN has a puff piece on it but itís really just speculating based on PH post match interview.

Hoping for good news.

GGTTH07
27-07-2019, 10:57 AM
Knees gone again Iíve heard. Gutted.

Northernhibee
27-07-2019, 11:03 AM
Knees gone again Iíve heard. Gutted.

Where did you hear this from? Not wanting to doubt you, more in hope that it's not true.

calumhibee1
27-07-2019, 11:05 AM
Knees gone again Iíve heard. Gutted.

If thatís true then he could well be struggling to make it back from this one. Hopefully he does but doing the same one twice in quick succession could well end his career.

MacGruber
27-07-2019, 11:18 AM
Knees gone again Iíve heard. Gutted.

It did look it at the time. Would be absolutely gutting for him if true. Still hoping it's not as bad as feared

Billy Whizz
27-07-2019, 11:38 AM
Knees gone again Iíve heard. Gutted.

What did he do to it January? Was it ligament or cartilage

Scooter
27-07-2019, 11:40 AM
What did he do to it January? Was it ligament or cartilage

Was it not his meniscus :confused:

Billy Whizz
27-07-2019, 11:43 AM
Was it not his meniscus :confused:

Meniscus is a fancy name for Cartilage, looks like his was lateral side he was holding last night

hibsbollah
27-07-2019, 11:55 AM
Meniscus is a fancy name for Cartilage, looks like his was lateral side he was holding last night

The meniscus is a particular type of cartilage in the knee, you can damage cartilage in other parts of the knee (and elsewhere in the body) the Meniscus is best thought of as a gloopy substance like egg White that the knee cap sort of floats around and is protected by. (my Meniscus has a wee tear in it at the moment which is why I know) :-)

Billy Whizz
27-07-2019, 12:07 PM
The meniscus is a particular type of cartilage in the knee, you can damage cartilage in other parts of the knee (and elsewhere in the body) the Meniscus is best thought of as a gloopy substance like egg White that the knee cap sort of floats around and is protected by. (my Meniscus has a wee tear in it at the moment which is why I know) :-)

Iíve had 3 meniscus tears, lateral and medial in right knee, and medial in left knee
Once you tear them, itís not always easy to play pain free

BlackSheep
27-07-2019, 12:09 PM
Knees gone again Iíve heard. Gutted.

Where have you heard this... letís not go banding around rumours on this one.

hibbyfraelibby
27-07-2019, 12:51 PM
Knees gone again Iíve heard. Gutted.

Knee's not gone again I've heard. Trade sources and let folk judge?

04Sauzee
27-07-2019, 12:54 PM
Knees gone again Iíve heard. Gutted.

I'd rather wait for something official rather than unsubstantiated rumours about a footballers health on a forum

Borderhibbie76
27-07-2019, 12:55 PM
Knees gone again Iíve heard. Gutted.I hope you are wrong but if not where have u heard this??

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Ronniekirk
27-07-2019, 01:14 PM
He needs time and we canít expect him to be back at the level he was already But itís clear he isnít going to be making a big impact in next few weeks so if he needs a bit more recuperation time best let him have it
If it was just a precaution then a cameo role v Newcastle at most


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Lago
27-07-2019, 01:38 PM
I'd rather wait for something official rather than unsubstantiated rumours about a footballers health on a forum
Paul H reported on BBC Web site to be 'concerned' about the injury. It's a worry.

hibsbollah
27-07-2019, 01:39 PM
Iíve had 3 meniscus tears, lateral and medial in right knee, and medial in left knee
Once you tear them, itís not always easy to play pain free

I know that too well, unfortunately.

04Sauzee
27-07-2019, 01:48 PM
Paul H reported on BBC Web site to be 'concerned' about the injury. It's a worry.

Havent seen the report but if it says his knees gone then I take back my comment

KWJ
27-07-2019, 01:58 PM
Watching on TV itís not obvious that he did any damage. Hopefully he just got a bit of a fright as he fell.


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Having ****** my knee a few years back and gone back to 5s post op frights do come a lot. Can definitely understand how some players just don't come back the same.

That said he has all the support there to do so.

superfurryhibby
27-07-2019, 02:03 PM
Paul H reported on BBC Web site to be 'concerned' about the injury. It's a worry.

Na, the BBC website just quoted the EEN article where they interpret Heckingbottom saying they took him off as a precautionary measure as a major concern. Heck only said that Boyle felt something, no indication that Boyle is seriously injured.

Hereís hoping that Boyle has had a twinge, nothing more. Letís not get too anxious about it until we need to.

BlackSheep
27-07-2019, 03:15 PM
Everybody is different in how they cope with and recover from injury. When I tore my ACL it kind of popped when I cleared a ball over my own shoulder so kind of twisted and I felt a pop... wasnít til the next day that I felt the pain, and even then it took me a few months to finally get an MRI and see why I had done... since the op I get popping and clunking ALL the time, when I run, jog, walk, stand up, sit down... everything i do I feel it... but that is recent behaviour, Iím 2 years since the op and itís the norm... the first time I felt one of those pops I thought Iíd torn it again. All this is under much less stress than Boyle will be putting his knee under.

Again I hope itís just a fright he suffered and not anything to worry about

surreyhibbie
27-07-2019, 04:11 PM
The meniscus is a particular type of cartilage in the knee, you can damage cartilage in other parts of the knee (and elsewhere in the body) the Meniscus is best thought of as a gloopy substance like egg White that the knee cap sort of floats around and is protected by. (my Meniscus has a wee tear in it at the moment which is why I know) :-)

Did mine in January, still giving me trouble, don't know if I will ever be pain free but can live with it. A professional footballer though...no chance, hope it isn't that bad for Boyler...

dp00
27-07-2019, 06:03 PM
He has a brace on it but seemed to be walking on it fine , maybe more precaution till can get a scan


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H18 SFR
27-07-2019, 06:09 PM
Not claiming to be mystic meg here but for some reason I just felt the whole Oz thing was a bad move for Boyle and Hibs. I remember when it happened my wife and laddie said pretty much at the same time, "you called it". I really hope this isn't the start of the end for the guy, that aside, I'd be straight back into the transfer market as we can't take the chance with such a small squad.

The_Horde
27-07-2019, 06:14 PM
Going by what I've just been sent it isn't good.

Hope it's fake.

tillguy
27-07-2019, 06:15 PM
Going by what I've just been sent it isn't good.

Hope it's fake.

What have you been sent?

Real Emerald
27-07-2019, 06:17 PM
Not claiming to be mystic meg here but for some reason I just felt the whole Oz thing was a bad move for Boyle and Hibs. I remember when it happened my wife and laddie said pretty much at the same time, "you called it". I really hope this isn't the start of the end for the guy, that aside, I'd be straight back into the transfer market as we can't take the chance with such a small squad.

I agree with you on this. Although his injury on International duty could have happened anytime in a Hibs game or training so it was unfortunate. For me, clubs like Hibs canít afford key players to have weeks out in far flung International duties. Itís one thing bringing them on from afar and knowing what youíre getting but another thing when signing a wee Scottish lad from Dundee and seeing him ending up at the other side of the world mid season. I hope his injury isnít bad but he could be out for weeks again and potentially away with Australia too. Anyway, get well soon Boyler we need and miss you. 👍🤞

The_Horde
27-07-2019, 06:20 PM
What have you been sent?

Supposed screenshot of a WhatsApp message of Boyle telling his pals it's the same injury but the pain is worse this time.

H18 SFR
27-07-2019, 06:22 PM
Supposed screenshot of a WhatsApp message of Boyle telling his pals it's the same injury but the pain is worse this time.

Can you share it here?

The_Horde
27-07-2019, 06:25 PM
Can you share it here?

I probably could I guess but I'd rather not until I know for sure it's not some idiots at the wind up.

H18 SFR
27-07-2019, 06:26 PM
I probably could I guess but I'd rather not until I know for sure it's not some idiots at the wind up.

No probs mate.

HFC93
27-07-2019, 06:28 PM
Supposed screenshot of a WhatsApp message of Boyle telling his pals it's the same injury but the pain is worse this time.

If that's true then Boyle has got to take a serious look at who his pals are.

ahibby
27-07-2019, 06:33 PM
Supposed screenshot of a WhatsApp message of Boyle telling his pals it's the same injury but the pain is worse this time.

Could be but would be unusual for a player to do thar at this early stage.

The_Horde
27-07-2019, 06:43 PM
Could be but would be unusual for a player to do thar at this early stage.

None of what was said was a definite, as he goes on to say the scan is on Monday.

Said he thinks it's the same knee again but with worse pain this time and he reckons it will be taken out or shedded.

MSK
27-07-2019, 07:00 PM
He has a brace on it but seemed to be walking on it fine , maybe more precaution till can get a scan


Sent from my iPhone using TapatalkWould be surprised if he wasnt scanned after the game or first thing this morning

hibsbollah
27-07-2019, 07:05 PM
Did mine in January, still giving me trouble, don't know if I will ever be pain free but can live with it. A professional footballer though...no chance, hope it isn't that bad for Boyler...

I had keyhole surgery in December to repair my tear and it's still not 100%. My surgeon says the knee is so complex and interconnected that you can't look at one part in exclusion, so if, you damage the anterior ligament, it will have later implications on the lateral, etc.

Lago
27-07-2019, 07:24 PM
I probably could I guess but I'd rather not until I know for sure it's not some idiots at the wind up.

Sensible :aok:

Billy Whizz
27-07-2019, 07:28 PM
I had keyhole surgery in December to repair my tear and it's still not 100%. My surgeon says the knee is so complex and interconnected that you can't look at one part in exclusion, so if, you damage the anterior ligament, it will have later implications on the lateral, etc.

The knee is such a key part of a footballers body. Iím not saying you havenít had the best of treatment pre and post operative, but players like Boyle will have been getting assessed everyday since the op, so wonder if heís done something close to the original injury. Iím sure he wouldnít haven back training without check, check and more checks

He went off early at Dunfermline, and sat clutching his knee at the side of the dug out!
Doesnít sound too good, but will be hopeful. Twisting and turning is key to his game along with pace

judas
28-07-2019, 07:51 AM
Out for a lengthy period or not I am concerned we are not getting the same player back as we had pre injury. Boyle was/is a key player for us and his pace is a vital outlet for us..

I would hate to see this lengthy injury affect his game. Could it be something that prays on his mind during games? Could he be less pacy? Hopefully we get the player back that to my mind was THE most improved player and his career was really kicking on.

Boyle was electric at times against Arbroath. There was no doubt in my mind that the old Boyle was coming back up to full fitness.

sean04
28-07-2019, 07:56 AM
I think hibs will have a specialist involved and prob the surgeon who did his operations. No chances will be taken

judas
28-07-2019, 07:59 AM
Not claiming to be mystic meg here but for some reason I just felt the whole Oz thing was a bad move for Boyle and Hibs. I remember when it happened my wife and laddie said pretty much at the same time, "you called it". I really hope this isn't the start of the end for the guy, that aside, I'd be straight back into the transfer market as we can't take the chance with such a small squad.

Iím with you on this.

underscore
28-07-2019, 09:21 AM
I probably could I guess but I'd rather not until I know for sure it's not some idiots at the wind up.

👍

Nicho87
28-07-2019, 09:56 AM
Guy is arguably our most exciting player - still donít think the media realise how good a player Scotland missed out, purely due to Forrest having one season two years ago which was very good. We have missed his pace and ability to go over the top something else. We should be aiming to try and get barker if Boyle is out a while.

underscore
28-07-2019, 10:15 AM
Guy is arguably our most exciting player - still donít think the media realise how good a player Scotland missed out, purely due to Forrest having one season two years ago which was very good. We have missed his pace and ability to go over the top something else. We should be aiming to try and get barker if Boyle is out a while.

Heís not. His final delivery has always been poor. Hopefully heís not injured as heís a great impact player.

Forza Fred
28-07-2019, 10:25 AM
I agree with you on this. Although his injury on International duty could have happened anytime in a Hibs game or training so it was unfortunate. For me, clubs like Hibs canít afford key players to have weeks out in far flung International duties. Itís one thing bringing them on from afar and knowing what youíre getting but another thing when signing a wee Scottish lad from Dundee and seeing him ending up at the other side of the world mid season. I hope his injury isnít bad but he could be out for weeks again and potentially away with Australia too. Anyway, get well soon Boyler we need and miss you. 👍🤞

The statement...íItís one thing bringing them on from afar and knowing what youíre getting but another thing when signing a wee Scottish lad from Dundee and seeing him ending up at the other side of the world mid seasoní I have to admit confuses me as to what is meant.

Understand the rest of the post clearly enough, but any chance of a translation for that bit?

Genuine question.

SChibs
28-07-2019, 11:17 AM
Guy is arguably our most exciting player - still donít think the media realise how good a player Scotland missed out, purely due to Forrest having one season two years ago which was very good. We have missed his pace and ability to go over the top something else. We should be aiming to try and get barker if Boyle is out a while.

Forrest won player of the year last year and if boyle was picked ahead of him then it would be off the back of 1 good season from Boyle so your post doesn't really make sense. To be honest I think picking Forrest was justified as he dragged us through the nations league group and has given us a decent shot at qualifying for a tournament in doing so

Real Emerald
28-07-2019, 12:00 PM
The statement...íItís one thing bringing them on from afar and knowing what youíre getting but another thing when signing a wee Scottish lad from Dundee and seeing him ending up at the other side of the world mid seasoní I have to admit confuses me as to what is meant.

Understand the rest of the post clearly enough, but any chance of a translation for that bit?

Genuine question.

Sorry, I just meant you wouldnít have factored it in that he would be away on in international duty with Australia when we signed him. With the likes of Milligan we did know and we were able to weigh up the risks. I personally donít think itís a good idea to have key players in our team away at the other side of the world half way through our season with all the risk factors involved. Just my opinion though!

Forza Fred
29-07-2019, 01:40 AM
Sorry, I just meant you wouldnít have factored it in that he would be away on in international duty with Australia when we signed him. With the likes of Milligan we did know and we were able to weigh up the risks. I personally donít think itís a good idea to have key players in our team away at the other side of the world half way through our season with all the risk factors involved. Just my opinion though!

No problems old chap, I just didnít understand your meaning.

FWIW I agree that For MOST clubs it is problematic for them to lose players at times for international fixtures and them being exposed to possible injury, but FIFAís stance on international fixtures is pretty straightforward and isnít going to change as far as I can see.

BlackSheep
29-07-2019, 08:59 AM
Any news/updates?

MacGruber
29-07-2019, 10:14 AM
Any news/updates?

Scan today I think someone was saying so might be an update later.

Hoping for the best but fearing the worst.

NorthNorfolkHFC
29-07-2019, 11:44 AM
So Boyle could be injured or perhaps he was taken off as a precaution. Who else is injured, where they at?

Boyle: potential knee injury

Gray: not heard much about whatís up?

Stevenson: same as Gray?

Porteous: On his way back but no idea of time scale


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04Sauzee
29-07-2019, 11:49 AM
So Boyle could be injured or perhaps he was taken off as a precaution. Who else is injured, where they at?

Boyle: potential knee injury

Gray: not heard much about whatís up?

Stevenson: same as Gray?

Porteous: On his way back but no idea of time scale


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Gray, Stevenson and Porteous are talked about by Heckingbottom in his press conference prior to the Elgin game

IrnBru22
29-07-2019, 11:52 AM
Gray, Stevenson and Porteous are talked about by Heckingbottom in his press conference prior to the Elgin game

What about Slivka?

sean04
29-07-2019, 12:06 PM
Gray, Stevenson and Porteous are talked about by Heckingbottom in his press conference prior to the Elgin game

Gray away to see a specialist and will take 1 day at a time with adapted training

NorthNorfolkHFC
29-07-2019, 12:26 PM
Gray away to see a specialist and will take 1 day at a time with adapted training

Really? In regards to what?

Oh aye, I forgot about Slivka. Any chat on that?


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NorthNorfolkHFC
29-07-2019, 12:27 PM
Gray, Stevenson and Porteous are talked about by Heckingbottom in his press conference prior to the Elgin game

Care to enlighten me about Lewis and Ryan?


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underscore
29-07-2019, 12:54 PM
Care to enlighten me about Lewis and Ryan?


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All 3 are back in training. But not in the squad yet.

BlackSheep
29-07-2019, 01:12 PM
And boyle....?

NorthNorfolkHFC
29-07-2019, 01:15 PM
All 3 are back in training. But not in the squad yet.

Thatís good news. Cheers


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The_Horde
29-07-2019, 01:17 PM
And boyle....?

Silence tells you all you need to know

BlackSheep
29-07-2019, 01:52 PM
Silence tells you all you need to know

Not really....

Some could take silence as a good thing as it could indicate that no news means its not serious enough to merit a press release or even that there's no injury at all... with Hecky coming out today/tomorrow pre-Newcastle match to say he is fine and it was just a precaution on Friday night.

or it could mean there are no conclusive results to pass on yet.

04Sauzee
29-07-2019, 03:35 PM
And boyle....?

He couldn't give an update on Boyles injury in a prematch interview prior to Boyle getting injured

BlackSheep
29-07-2019, 03:38 PM
He couldn't give an update on Boyles injury in a prematch interview prior to Boyle getting injured

I was looking for a present update not a one from PH in his presser.

Edit: his previous presser as suggested above... waiting patiently on todayís pre-Newcastle presser

Billy Whizz
29-07-2019, 04:24 PM
I was looking for an present update not a one from PH in his presser.

Donít think itís up yet

Golden Bear
29-07-2019, 04:28 PM
What about Slivka?

He's back in training apparently. I'm sure Heckie said that in one of his press interviews last week.

KDY Hibs
29-07-2019, 06:29 PM
Silence tells you all you need to know

Hope not, fingers crossed.

Robbo6-2
29-07-2019, 09:04 PM
Hearing bad news too.

Requiring operation and will be out to xmas.

Iggy Pope
29-07-2019, 09:10 PM
Hearing bad news too.

Requiring operation and will be out to xmas.

Until. Until Robbo. Now write it again 7062 lines.

GGTTH07
29-07-2019, 09:11 PM
Knee's not gone again I've heard. Trade sources and let folk judge?
Itís not a competition pal. If I get told something related to hibs that is ok to share on here I will. And for what itís worth Iíve absolutely no reason to doubt who told me.

FilipinoHibs
29-07-2019, 09:41 PM
He's back in training apparently. I'm sure Heckie said that in one of his press interviews last week.

Yes heard that in press conference. A week away last week from starting training.

SquashedFrogg
29-07-2019, 09:48 PM
Hearing bad news too.

Requiring operation and will be out to xmas.

Not what we've been told. Let's see.

Since452
29-07-2019, 09:51 PM
Think if it was bad the press would have been all over it like a rash

Hibernian32
30-07-2019, 06:06 AM
We must be very careful with porto now.

Ryan came back from his injury and done it again, now boyle. I'm not assuming this is them being rushed back not one bit. But I think we should be taking extra care right now, even it it's a extra 1 or 2 weeks with no running to let the muscle repair.

I'm no physio tho.

J-C
30-07-2019, 07:01 AM
We must be very careful with porto now.

Ryan came back from his injury and done it again, now boyle. I'm not assuming this is them being rushed back not one bit. But I think we should be taking extra care right now, even it it's a extra 1 or 2 weeks with no running to let the muscle repair.

I'm no physio tho.


I think the problem before was Lennon mentioned he thought some players were exaggerating their injuries and not "manning up" with little niggles, this probably rushed players to play when not ready, Hanlon being a perfect example last season when he was clearly not 100% but was being played anyway.

GreenCastle
30-07-2019, 07:10 AM
I think the problem before was Lennon mentioned he thought some players were exaggerating their injuries and not "manning up" with little niggles, this probably rushed players to play when not ready, Hanlon being a perfect example last season when he was clearly not 100% but was being played anyway.

People also forgot Kamberi played for us in Europe through pain / injury.

He was never fully fit in these games but still gave everything.

This did set him back start of season as he never had a proper pre-season and then when he came back had the bust up with Lennon.

Porto - MCL injury - anyone at the game could see he needed to go off but didnít for whatever reason.

underscore
30-07-2019, 07:22 AM
We must be very careful with porto now.

Ryan came back from his injury and done it again, now boyle. I'm not assuming this is them being rushed back not one bit. But I think we should be taking extra care right now, even it it's a extra 1 or 2 weeks with no running to let the muscle repair.

I'm no physio tho.

Ryans biggest problem when he comes back will be himself. He needs to restrain himself a bit more or hes going to spend most of his life injured. Hopefully that will come with experience.

superfurryhibby
30-07-2019, 07:58 AM
We must be very careful with porto now.

Ryan came back from his injury and done it again, now boyle. I'm not assuming this is them being rushed back not one bit. But I think we should be taking extra care right now, even it it's a extra 1 or 2 weeks with no running to let the muscle repair.

I'm no physio tho.

First Iíve heard about Porteous being injured again. The last thing I read was that he was beginning light exercise, that was close to the end of last season?

jacomo
30-07-2019, 08:03 AM
First Iíve heard about Porteous being injured again. The last thing I read was that he was beginning light exercise, that was close to the end of last season?


I think this is referring to recurrence of his injury last winter.

ancient hibee
30-07-2019, 10:04 AM
Boyle scan today.

Porteous should look at McPake's career and rein himself in.

BoomtownHibeys
30-07-2019, 05:29 PM
@MartinBoyle9 will undergo surgery following the knee injury sustained in Friday's Betfred Cup win over Elgin City.

grunt
30-07-2019, 05:29 PM
@MartinBoyle9 (https://twitter.com/MartinBoyle9) will undergo surgery following the knee injury sustained in Friday's Betfred Cup win over Elgin City.

It goes without saying that Martin has the support of everyone at the club and we can't wait to see him back in action.

http://www.hibernianfc.co.uk/news/10158

The_Horde
30-07-2019, 05:38 PM
Supposed screenshot of a WhatsApp message of Boyle telling his pals it's the same injury but the pain is worse this time.

Looks like this was real after all. Bummer

RossScott1991
30-07-2019, 05:48 PM
Need a speedy winger ASAP imo, otherwise we will just face the same problems of last season especially away from home where we have next to nothing on the counter attack

Real Emerald
30-07-2019, 05:56 PM
We have to get someone similar in now, totally gutting to lose Boyle for another long stretch. Will probably take a year out of his Hibs career all told, bloody Australia 😡.

Get well soon Boyler 🤞🤞

HibbyCal
30-07-2019, 06:34 PM
Gutted for him.

timewilltell
30-07-2019, 10:13 PM
Scott Sinclair looking for regular game time. Unhappy at the number of appearances heís getting under Lennon.

JohnM1875
30-07-2019, 10:16 PM
Scott Sinclair looking for regular game time. Unhappy at the number of appearances heís getting under Lennon.

What venue you at for The Fringe this year? You must be a comedian, right? :wink:

04Sauzee
30-07-2019, 10:31 PM
Heckingbottom may be looking at getting in a replacement

https://www.edinburghnews.scotsman.com/sport/football/hibs/latest-hibs-news/hibs-may-look-to-sign-a-replacement-for-martin-boyle-1-4974071/amp?__twitter_impression=true

Hibernian32
30-07-2019, 10:45 PM
Barker!!!!!!

04Sauzee
30-07-2019, 10:46 PM
Barker!!!!!!

If only

The_Horde
30-07-2019, 11:11 PM
Barker!!!!!!

Rather have Ron Barker.

ehf
30-07-2019, 11:22 PM
Heckingbottom may be looking at getting in a replacement

https://www.edinburghnews.scotsman.com/sport/football/hibs/latest-hibs-news/hibs-may-look-to-sign-a-replacement-for-martin-boyle-1-4974071/amp?__twitter_impression=true

That lad Aarons from Newcastle looked quite tidy; possibility of a loan?

Hibernian32
31-07-2019, 12:17 AM
If only

English window closes in little over a week if he's still at city there's at least more than half chance

04Sauzee
31-07-2019, 12:32 AM
That lad Aarons from Newcastle looked quite tidy; possibility of a loan?

If he was the speedy winger on the left then he'd be a great signing, unfortunately don't think it would be likely already played for Newcastle a number of times and was at Sheffield Wed last season on loan. That's if we are taking about the same guy

The Leith Dutch
31-07-2019, 07:59 AM
Doubly sore one as, while it's not ideal, Boyle can play up front as cover.
While his end product isn't always everything it could be I feel we're a different team with him in.

Still feel we need a Centre Mid as back up too.
Well covered in attacking mids but I'd be concerned if Vela was out for a while.

We got any idea how long Boyle is going to be out for?
Presumably the rest of this year at a minimum?