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Martin Boyle makes Hibs contract admission as he sets out his Easter Road ambition4/8/2020
Martin Boyle has admitted he's unsure if he'll be at Hibs beyond the end of next season as he enters the final year of his contract.
The winger has enjoyed a fruitful five years at Easter Road since initially arriving on loan from Dundee in 2015.
His development at the Easter Road club has seen him become a full Australia international and is now one of Jack Ross' main men after overcoming two serious knee injuries in the last 18 months.
Former boss Neil Lennon is a big fan as was lined with a move for the 27-year-old last January when Celtic were on the lookout for an additional wide player. AD: diagnostic scanner.
The hoops' head of recruitment Nick Hammond was spotted on a scouting mission to watch Boyle back in January, ting his place in the stand as Hibs beat Dundee United 4-2 in their William Hill Scottish Cup fourth round replay.
There was also reported interest from Stoke City earlier this summer, although a £1million asng price seemed to put Michael O'Neill off making a concrete offer for the former Montrose man.
But with Hibs' window to cash in on Boyle in a meaningful way closing with just 12 months remaining on his deal, any serious offers before the Scottish transfer window closes on 5 October may have to be considered by Jack Ross and the club hierarchy.
However, Boyle hasn't ruled out extending his stay in Leith, but will leave any discussions on that front to his representatives and the club as he concentrates on maintaining his form in green and white.
He told Sky Sports: "I just want to give everything for the club at the moment.
"I'm in the last year of my contract and I've loved every minute here.
"Nothing will change and I'll go out there and give everything for the club.
"It's on going at the moment and I'm not completely sure. I'm just trying to put that at the back of my mind, let everyone else sort that and just get on with my football.
"I've been doing that every season and hopefully I can just keep putting performances in."
There may be no fans in Scottish stadiums for the foreseeable future, but that doesn't mean the Easter road stands will be empty.
Fans from Down Under have bought 33 cardboard cut-out kangaroos, costing £825, to give Boyle a reminder of Oz.
The 27-year-old got a close-up of the marvellous marsupials during Tuesday's 2-1 friendly win over Hamilton Accies.
And Boyle, born in Aberdeen but capped four times by the Socceroos, said: "It's unbelievable the lengths these guys go to watch us every weekend and it's appreciated.
"I get some great messages from supporters based in Australia and hopefully they're looking forward to the start of the season as much as we are.
"I have seen some strange things in my time at Easter Road but those kangaroos are right up there.
"They're doing their bit for the club and it's helping. It's brilliant, it's a good thing that they've done at the moment.
"A few of the players are going to put their families on cut-outs too. I'm going to get my daughter one as well."
The Leith outfit have not qualified for Europe since Lennon masterminded a record points tally with a fourth-place finish during the 2017/18 campaign.
Hibs defeated Runavik and Asteras Tripolis in the Europa League at the start of the following season before losing to Molde in the third qualifying round.
Disappointing fifth and seventh-place finishes in the top flight have followed but Boyle, linked with Stoke City, is hoping to set up more memorable trips abroad for Jack Ross' men.
He said: "We want to be challenging for the top four, a Europa League slot would be brilliant.
"But as we've been doing every year since we've been back in the top flight, we're just taking it game by game and trying to do the best we can."
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When is the Phineas and Ferb movie on Disney+ released and how can I watch it?4/8/2020
Hit Disney TV show Phineas and Ferb is being revived for a new film focused on older sister, Candace.
Phineas and Ferb: Candace Against The Universe will see High School Musical actress Ashley Tisdale return to her role as the main character.
The series was hugely popular following its launch in 2007, and ran for four seasons until 2015. The first spin-off film, Across The Second Dimension, was released in 2011.
Here's everything you need to know about the upcoming release
Fans of the series won't have long to wait as the film will be released at the end of this month on August 28.
The movie will be released on Disney+.
Those who already have a subscription will be able to stream, and if you don't you can sign up to the service for £5.99 per month.
The film will see Phineas and Ferb set across the galaxy to rescue their older sister, who doesn't really want saving from the alien utopia she's discovered.
Just like in the series, Candace is happy to be free of her little brothers - will she finally make her escape?
Along with Candace, Phineas and Ferb, Perry the platypus will also make a return.
Phineas and Ferb: Candace Against The World will be available to stream on Disney plus from August 28.
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