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Malky Mackay answers Hibs questions fans want answered and maps out his vision for a club 'crying out for success'

He's a born-and-bred Glaswegian. But don’t tell Malky Mackay he knows nothing about Scotland’s capital city.

As far as gaining an understanding what makes up the fabric of Hibernian FC, he grasped it quicker than most. It’s just as well, given that it’s now his job to make the club Edinburgh’s best again.

Mackay now has his feet firmly under the table at Easter Road having taken on the role of sporting director. One of his first tasks was to appoint a new head coach. And it’s no surprise that, in David Gray, Mackay chose someone who bleeds green and white. After a decade at the club, Gray knows the place inside out. Along with Mackay, the pair of them plan to get Hibs back where they belong in Scottish football’s natural order after a woeful campaign under Nick Montgomery.

Mackay believes they can get Easter Road full again and give the fans a team to be proud of. To do that, he has to understand what Hibs mean to the supporters. And thanks to his Hibs-daft father-in-law Tam Brodie, as well as his wife Pamela who hails from Edinburgh, he says he gets it.

As he prepares to try to revitalise the club, Mackay said: “I moved back up here for my job with the SFA (as performance director). I was working at Oriam so the four years I was in Edinburgh, I was around both Hibs and Hearts. I know this city and this club really well. My father-in-law is actually a Hibs fan, albeit he’s followed me for the last 20 years in my football career. But I’ve got the fabric of this place. And I know the ins and outs of Scottish football. I know everyone in it – boards, chairmen, owners, staff members – because I’ve hired people from clubs in the past.

“Having that grasp of it, as well as the actual structure of what this role entails – meant