Hibs news headlines as pay per view details revealed for Livingston match and Kamberi exit imminent

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Here are your Hibs news headlines on the evening of Tuesday, 4 August.

Pay-per-view details revealed

Livingston have announced details of their pay per view offering for this weekend's match with Hibs.

The West Lothian club say that virtual tickets are now available for the match, priced at £20.

The match gets underway at 3pm on Saturday with the stream expected to be running around an hour before kick-off.

You can find more details here on the Livingston website.

Kamberi exit edges closer

Flo Kamberi's Hibs departure seems to be edging ever closer.

The frontman, who spent part of last season on-loan at Rangers, has agreed a move to Swiss side St Gallen.

The 25-year-old agreed a three year deal with the Super League runners-up after they met Hibs' six-figure asking price.

Hibs urged to give Boyle new contract

The man who gave Martin Boyle his start in the game has warned Hibs to tie him down on a new contract or risk losing him for free.

Ex Montrose assistant boss Ray Farningham laughed off Kris Commons' suggestion he could be available for as cheap as £250,000.

He said: “Martin’s established himself as one of the first picks in the team. I know times are tough right now but you’d think it would be a smart move to tie him down on a longer contract.

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“He’s 27 and at his peak – it’d guarantee  Hibs  good money if someone did buy him but, more importantly, it could keep him at the club for the longer term, which I’m sure  Jack Ross  would want.”

Farningham was Montrose assistant when Boyle was handed his debut for the club, in a 2010 Scottish Cup tie at Easter Road.

Tributes to ex Hibs midfielder Willie Hunter

Former Hibs player Willie Hunter has died at the age of 80.

Tributes have been paid to the Abbeyhill-born midfielder who played 14 times for the club, including in the 1968/69 League Cup final defeat to Celtic.

However he's perhaps best known for his time with Motherwell. He played more than 200 times for the Fir Park club.

He also represented clubs in the USA and South Africa.

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