A general view of Easter Road stadium
The Easter Road side have appointed Paul Heckingbottom as their 33rd permanent manager since 1900 but how have his predecessors got on?
Jock Stein was at Hibs for just 12 months but enjoyed a 62% win rate, with 31 wins, 8 draws and 11 losses from his 50 games in charge McMichael led the side to a Scottish Cup win and the league title in 1902 and 1903. Win rate of 58% after 29 wins, 11 draws and 10 losses in 50 games. Alan Stubbs delivered a first Scottish Cup win for Hibs in 114 years, and a win rate of 58% - 58 wins, 19 draws and 11 losses - putting him level with McMichael Willie MacFarlane won just over half of his games in charge - 31 wins, 12 draws and 17 losses in 60 games - giving him a win rate of 51.67% In charge for nearly 14 years, Shaw won 3 league titles, driven by the Famous Five. Won 311 out of 604, with 101 draws, 192 losses and a win rate of 51.49% The older brother of Liverpool legend Bill, Bob Shankly enjoyed a win rate of 50.87% at Hibs, with 117 wins, 36 draws and 77 defeats in his 230 games in charge In post for 12 years and recorded a respectable 49.59% win rate. Won 240 of 484 games, drawing 92 and losing 152. Died in office after a Scottish Cup game Led his 'Turnbull's Tornadoes' squad to League Cup glory in 1972/73, and held a 48.24% win rate. Won 219 of his 454 games in charge, drawing 110 and losing 125 'Mogga' finished third in his first season and Hibs qualified for Europe. Won 52 games out of 108, with 16 draws and 40 losses giving him a 48.15% win rate Led Hibs back to the Premiership and enjoyed a European run in 2018. Left with 59 wins from 123 games, 40 draws and 24 losses and a 47.97% win rate Took Hibs back to the top flight, into Europe and the Scottish Cup final. Won 77 games in 164, with 42 draws and 45 defeats giving him a 46.95% win rate Ormond succeeded his former Famous Five team-mate Turnbull. Retired with a 45.16% win rate from 14 wins, 8 draws and nine defeats in 31 games The club's fifth manager, Maley recorded 98 wins from 225 games along with 59 draws and 68 defeats, giving him a 43.56% win rate Led Hibs to their first cup win since 1991, but took charge of just over 50 matches. Won 23 of 54, with 15 draws and 16 defeats giving him a 42.59% win rate Won the First Division title and recorded 30 wins, 27 draws and 21 defeats from his 78 games at the helm, giving a 38.46% win rate Took over from Hugh Shaw, lasting just over two years. Won 42, drew 23 and lost 47 of his 112 games in charge, leaving him a 37.50% win rate Took the reins at Easter Road after 16 years as a Hibs player. Won 164 games out of 440, drawing 83 and losing 193, giving a win rate of 37.27% Ex-Kilmarnock boss Bobby Williamson took charge of 93 games, with Hibs winning 34, drawing 21 and losing 38, giving him a win rate of 36.56% In post for just shy of two years, the Irishman oversaw 31 wins, 19 draws and 37 defeats from 87 matches Former Easter Road captain lasted just more than a season, winning 19, drawing 12 and losing 23 of his 54 games in charge before leaving by mutual consent Spent nearly a decade in charge, leading Hibs to Skol Cup glory against the odds in 1991. Won 158 of his 453 matches as manager, drawing 140 and losing 155 McMichael returned to the helm in 1904, dying in office in 1919. His second spell in charge was less memorable, winning just 189 of 548 matches, drawing 123 and losing 236. Succeeded Pat Stanton in October 1984, winning 32 games from 98, drawing 18 and losing 48 Returned for a third spell at Easter Road, this time as manager, in January 2008. Won just 19 games of his 62 matches in charge, drawing 18 and losing 25 Took charge in February 1919 and by April 1921 had won just 15 in 52, along with nine draws and 28 defeats At the helm for just 28 games, Largs-born Kelso won 8, drew 5 and lost 15 before joining what was then Woolwich Arsenal A legend as a player, Stanton returned as manager but in his two years in charge, recorded just 25 wins from 91 games, along with 26 draws and 40 defeats Arrived in December 1970 but was gone by May 1971 after 7 wins, 7 draws and 12 defeats in 28 matches The former Scotland international arrived in October 2010, succeeding John Hughes, but 12 wins, 11 draws and 26 defeats saw him gone by November 2011 Hibs won just 10 of his 48 games in charge, losing 23 and drawing 15 resulting in relegation at the end of the season - although McLeish had taken over by then A similar record to Duffy and the same result at the end of the season - relegation. Hibs won just 6 of his 28 games, drawing 8 and losing 15 'Le God' did not enjoy a successful stint as manager. Hibs won just one of his 15 games in charge - a cup replay against Stranraer - drawing 6 and losing 8