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Sport Jack Ross backs referee summit repeat as Hibs boss rails against 'them and us' mentality

09:14  06 march  2021
09:14  06 march  2021 Source:   msn.com

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© Jack Ross enjoyed victory in his first capital derby as Hibs boss , last December. The action will be brought back up to boiling point, though, when the outstanding semi-finals between Hearts and Hibs , and Aberdeen and Celtic play out at Hampden this weekend. And Leith boss Ross believes that the passing of time has been kind to his squad, which has been bolstered by key acquisitions and additional time on the training field, making them a tougher proposition than the one that ejected Robbie Neilson’s Dundee United side in the earlier rounds.

Jack Ross insists there can’t be a “them and us” stand-off between bosses and refs.

The Hibs manager admits he doesn’t always speak to officialdom in the correct manner but is convinced some understanding over the matchday pressures he and his counterparts are under may help calm tensions.

Derek McInnes has suggested that a regular repeat of the Perth 2019 summit between all parties could be beneficial with clashes on the increase.

And Ross agrees with the Aberdeen gaffer.

He said: “It is something that would be more than worthwhile. It should never be seen as a them and us situation.

“With anything, the longer you go without having dialogue between stakeholders, the more potential there is for a disconnect between them in all aspects.

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Hibs boss Jack RossCredit: Willie Vass - The Sun. “ We didn’t get it so we have to move on from it. Ultimately they scored a goal and we didn't and that’s why we have lost the game. ‘ We are trying to grow and foster a mentality at the club where we are not happy to lose matches. “So we are disappointed we have not taken anything from the game, but it is a day for tempering that with pride in large parts of our performance. “I thought we were excellent in how hard we pushed Rangers and how hard we made them work for their victory in a stadium where they have been relentless this season.

Doidge struck the only goal against Dundee United on Tueday as Hibs won their opening three top-flight games for the first time in 46 years. The win put Hibs three points clear at the top of the Scottish Premiership. "Christian's record since I came in has been remarkable," Ross said of Doidge's 15 Dundee United manager Micky Mellon: "One little moment goes against us and Hibernian score from it. " We maybe didn't get those breaks. When those half-chances come at this level, we have to take them ." Hibernian head coach Jack Ross : " We have ambitions that we want to try and achieve and to

“There are some officials who do communicate better but, equally, there are times where we as managers don’t communicate in the most appropriate manner.

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“The more opportunities you have to express frustrations or concerns, or explain your own behaviour or actions, the better. What Derek said is totally right.


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“There should be a good relationship. There is in some cases but in others there isn’t. We have a responsibility in that but so do the officials.

“If both parties are willing to recognise that, then its healthier in general. I don’t always speak to officials in the correct manner. I try to but I know I don’t because I’m in a highly emotive job.

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Hibs were good in patches. Jack Ross is already benefitting from putting square pegs in square holes. Had they showed a little more enterprise in the final third, they might well have avoided sliding to a second defeat in six games under the new manager. Ryan Porteous had been measured and assured at the heart of Hibs ' defence up until that point but was unconvincing when Edouard threatened to outmuscle him on the edge of the box. Emerging with the spoils, the Frenchman found Frimpong completely unmarked.

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“The best officials are the ones who understand that.

“There is a line that can’t be crossed but if there is a lack of understanding that you are going to get upset at times, then it’s not a great starting point.

“Some do it better than others but that’s because some people are better communicators.”

Ross, meanwhile, is looking for his team to take a step towards sealing third spot in Perth on Saturday and admits it’s now crunch time.

The manager, who is delighted the 2020-21 Scottish Cup can be completed, finished a job when getting St Mirren over the line to win a title.

Ross said: “It gives you a very good understanding of how difficult it is to do when you get to that final part.

“It is the hardest part, winning semi-finals and finals, winning the league, qualifying for Europe, whatever those achievements should be – and that is where we want to be as a club. Every time you have

that experience, it strengthens you and ensures you are better prepared.

“We have guys who have previous experience of achieving success with Hibs and players who have come from other clubs who have had admirable success, so they understand.”

Midfielder Chris Cadden admitted it’ll be about more than ability as he added: “I’ve always said the mental aspect is so important in football, especially as you’re challenging higher up.

“That’s something the gaffer tries to instil in us.”

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