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1971fozzy
21 minutes ago, Mikey1874 said:

Meantime it's not all bad

 

 

 

Auld pishy pants Stanton and a load of rimjobs by the looks of that list.

tbf though it’s for good causes

 

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RobNox
28 minutes ago, Mikey1874 said:

Meantime it's not all bad

 

 

 

I expect a steady stream of ticket sales

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Stephen Muddie

Heard sales have slowed to a drip myself. Rumours eh

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Kiwidoug

I have good memories of him.  A very good player

 

But

 

Another who couldn't get out the door fast enough when Celtic came calling.

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RobNox
12 minutes ago, Stephen Muddie said:

Heard sales have slowed to a drip myself. Rumours eh

 

That's obviously the pant wetters talking

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Coburg Hearts

Listen to Leanne's long awaited update.

Or read the short version

York Hibbies

Waste of seven minutes! To save others:

Working to improve the stadium access problems.
She speaks to Ron regularly.
Room to improve initial results.
Nearly 13k season tickets sold.

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Seymour M Hersh
10 hours ago, Mikey1874 said:

Meantime it's not all bad

 

 

 

I hope they are happy to pay for the Usher Hall to remove all the stains there will be on carpets and seats after he's been there. 

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baron of ness

Oh the hibeeees are pish.

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Sherbet
5 minutes ago, baron of ness said:

Oh the hibeeees are pish.

Unfortunately so are we and they are above us in the league

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Gordon Ramsay

Hibs are terrible but they are above us in the league so what does that make us? 

 

Levein should be ashamed of himself. 

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FWJ

For good or ill Kickback’s still up and running.

Which is more than can be said for .ned

 

Pants must still be in the tumble drier over there.

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DarthVodka

Father in law went to fir park on Saturday, said the vermin were lucky, could have been 8 quite easily 

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Arthur Morgan
2 hours ago, DarthVodka said:

Father in law went to fir park on Saturday, said the vermin were lucky, could have been 8 quite easily 

 

The Sportscene highlights would suggest you're right. 

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JackLadd
24 minutes ago, Arthur Morgan said:

 

The Sportscene highlights would suggest you're right. 

 

 

Hecky seems to have totally lost the plot. I see .sweat is still on lockdown, a right bunch of baby snowflake wusses. 

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Arthur Morgan
16 minutes ago, JackLadd said:

 

 

Hecky seems to have totally lost the plot. I see .sweat is still on lockdown, a right bunch of baby snowflake wusses. 

 

It's just a shame that we are in no position to laugh at them atm, thanks to our management team.

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Hairdryer
16 hours ago, Gordon Ramsay said:

Hibs are terrible but they are above us in the league so what does that make us? 

 

Levein should be ashamed of himself. 

Does anyone know if this is the worse start to a new season for hearts and hibs

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RobNox
2 hours ago, JackLadd said:

 

 

Hecky seems to have totally lost the plot. I see .sweat is still on lockdown, a right bunch of baby snowflake wusses. 

 

It currently reads like a Hibs mirror of JKB.  Get rid of manager, signings are crap, players looking anxious and not performing, problems go beyond the manager, who can they get to replace Heckingbottom, I'm never going back as long as he's the manager etc. etc.

 

Would be hilarious if we weren't in such a predicament ourselves.

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Samuel Camazzola
12 minutes ago, Hairdryer said:

Does anyone know if this is the worse start to a new season for hearts and hibs

In 1985, we lost five of the first nine league games (two draws and two wins) before going on the amazing run. I can't recall how they started (although one of our wins was against them). 

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Stephen Muddie
9 minutes ago, Samuel Camazzola said:

In 1985, we lost five of the first nine league games (two draws and two wins) before going on the amazing run. I can't recall how they started (although one of our wins was against them). 

Aye and pretty sure one of the defeats was a 5=2 skelping from the mighty Clydebank.

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RobNox
33 minutes ago, Stephen Muddie said:

Aye and pretty sure one of the defeats was a 5=2 skelping from the mighty Clydebank.

 

Was it not St Midden, and 6-2, although I think we also lost to Clydebank in that opening spell.

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Seymour M Hersh
1 hour ago, Hairdryer said:

Does anyone know if this is the worse start to a new season for hearts and hibs

 

Don't give a **** about your team but it's definitely not the worst start Heart of Midlothian have had.

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Plank
52 minutes ago, RobNox said:

 

Was it not St Midden, and 6-2, although I think we also lost to Clydebank in that opening spell.

 

We lost 1-0 at home to Clydebank, i think. The game that started the run. 0-0 at Tannadice a week after IIRC.

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joondalupjambo
22 minutes ago, Plank said:

 

We lost 1-0 at home to Clydebank, i think. The game that started the run. 0-0 at Tannadice a week after IIRC.

 

A week after the Clydebank game, that we lost 1-0 away we drew 1-1 with Dundee at home and then went on the run, all thanks to London Hearts website and not my aged memory so no smarty pants moments here I am afraid:thumbsup:  I

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Turkishcap
28 minutes ago, joondalupjambo said:

 

A week after the Clydebank game, that we lost 1-0 away we drew 1-1 with Dundee at home and then went on the run, all thanks to London Hearts website and not my aged memory so no smarty pants moments here I am afraid:thumbsup:  I

One extra point was all we needed so it was over before it began

But it was a fun ride till the end.

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martoon

Iirc, Hibs lost their first 6, perhaps 7, league games in 1985/86 whilst simultaneously reaching the League Cup final.

 

It was that kind of season.

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1874robbo
2 hours ago, RobNox said:

 

Was it not St Midden, and 6-2, although I think we also lost to Clydebank in that opening spell.

6-2 to st mirren yip!!! Think what that could have done to the goal difference if it had maybe only been 3-2!! 

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Texia

We’re in a shite position at the moment there no getting past that, but you can’t help but laugh at how quick they’ve turned on Hecky. 

 

 

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Plank
1 hour ago, joondalupjambo said:

 

A week after the Clydebank game, that we lost 1-0 away we drew 1-1 with Dundee at home and then went on the run, all thanks to London Hearts website and not my aged memory so no smarty pants moments here I am afraid:thumbsup:  I

 

Fair enough :laugh:

 

My memory was from the book i had years ago, going through every result of the season. I liked that book.

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Worthing Jambo

We sat at the Clydebank game contemplating relegation that season.

Amazing how quickly circumstances can change.

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1874robbo
1 minute ago, Worthing Jambo said:

We sat at the Clydebank game contemplating relegation that season.

Amazing how quickly circumstances can change.

Especially under a manager with drive and will to win!!!

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Jamhammer
50 minutes ago, 1874robbo said:

Especially under a manager with drive and will to win!!!

It's also very odd that our manager was a massive part of that team where the blend of youth and experience was bang on. The older players brought in were bang on. The desire and will to win were bang on. That team was everything this one isn't. Made of glass, can't score goals, carrying passengers, played to win every game.

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Turkishcap

Well look not too bad a side, on 4500 crowds they do well, well.

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joondalupjambo
3 hours ago, Turkishcap said:

One extra point was all we needed so it was over before it began

But it was a fun ride till the end.

Or one dropped point by Celtic 😃

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kirkierobroy

That thing at the Usher Hall - if they were acting out A Man for All Seasons with Eck as Thomas More and SirAlex as Henry VIII, I'd go.

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Rudy T
53 minutes ago, Jamhammer said:

It's also very odd that our manager was a massive part of that team where the blend of youth and experience was bang on. The older players brought in were bang on. The desire and will to win were bang on. That team was everything this one isn't. Made of glass, can't score goals, carrying passengers, played to win every game.

 

Different era and different culture, back in those days you had to clean up the shite(sometimes literally) in the stands, clean boots and go through a real apprenticeship, once you got your chance you had to take it or you were on a YTS on about 4 quid a week... made you want it. Boys now a days get pampered and very few have that same desire to succeed. The older players didn’t have the comfort of massive salaries to bank so the longer they stayed in the game the better. Very few from any of our squads through the 80s/90s have stayed in the game most are taxi drivers, posties and tradesmen now.

 

Now a quick call to your agent and your off to a new club and not one shite is given about the club your leaving. We currently have a team who just aren’t responding to our manager and perhaps he is past his sell by date and we need a new modern thinking coach who knows how to get the best out these players.

 

The Hibs manager is different, he’s completely underestimated this league and thought a few carthorses from England’s Sunday amateur leagues could cut it up here! 

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Jamhammer
13 minutes ago, Rudy T said:

 

Different era and different culture, back in those days you had to clean up the shite(sometimes literally) in the stands, clean boots and go through a real apprenticeship, once you got your chance you had to take it or you were on a YTS on about 4 quid a week... made you want it. Boys now a days get pampered and very few have that same desire to succeed. The older players didn’t have the comfort of massive salaries to bank so the longer they stayed in the game the better. Very few from any of our squads through the 80s/90s have stayed in the game most are taxi drivers, posties and tradesmen now.

 

Now a quick call to your agent and your off to a new club and not one shite is given about the club your leaving. We currently have a team who just aren’t responding to our manager and perhaps he is past his sell by date and we need a new modern thinking coach who knows how to get the best out these players.

 

The Hibs manager is different, he’s completely underestimated this league and thought a few carthorses from England’s Sunday amateur leagues could cut it up here! 

Pretty much nails it. Real lack of desire generally because you're financially alright anyway. Different approach required.

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Smoked-Glass

Hibs.net on lockdown 

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gov
4 minutes ago, Smoked-Glass said:

Hibs.net on lockdown 

 

oooooo what could it be?

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graygo
53 minutes ago, Turkishcap said:

Well look not too bad a side, on 4500 crowds they do well, well.

 

That'll be the Well that we did well to knock out the cup Well?

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FWJ
30 minutes ago, Smoked-Glass said:

Hibs.net on lockdown 

Has been since Saturday afternoon I think.

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Morgan
36 minutes ago, Smoked-Glass said:

Hibs.net on lockdown 

Since the game on Saturday.

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Samuel Camazzola
6 hours ago, Turkishcap said:

One extra point was all we needed so it was over before it began

But it was a fun ride till the end.

 

3 hours ago, joondalupjambo said:

Or one dropped point by Celtic 😃

Although everyone knows how the season ended, the first game ended in a draw with Celtic - they scored an injury time equaliser! 

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Coburg Hearts
2 hours ago, graygo said:

 

That'll be the Well that we did well to knock out the cup Well?

Didn't we do well. (copyright Bruce Forsythe)

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Coburg Hearts
2 hours ago, Morgan said:

Since the game on Saturday.

They must be going for a record shut down. 

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Morgan
5 minutes ago, Coburg Hearts said:

They must be going for a record shut down. 

Wish their club would follow suit.

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Morgan
10 minutes ago, Coburg Hearts said:

Didn't we do well. (copyright Bruce Forsythe)

Give us a twirl.  :lol: 

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Coburg Hearts
3 minutes ago, Morgan said:

Wish their club would follow suit.

We can but hope.

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Coburg Hearts
4 minutes ago, Morgan said:

Give us a twirl.  :lol: 

I'm shy. haha

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Morgan
Just now, Coburg Hearts said:

I'm shy. haha

Aye, ok Miss Redfern.

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Coburg Hearts
2 minutes ago, Morgan said:

Aye, ok Miss Redfern.

Those were the days, my friend.

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