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queensferryjambo
8 minutes ago, dannymack said:

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Brilliant - Berry past his sell by date he went on and had another 6 decent seasons at Hearts and was easily one of our best players from 93 to 95.

 

The age old swap the goallie debate as well. Sure Henry had another 6 seasons as well and possibly his best season ever was the next season in 91/92 LOL 

 

If our fans had their way we would never have seen Henry's 2 incredible saves in 2 winning games against Celtic :)

 

Oh and top drawer cuttings from the time.

 

 

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Morgan
2 hours ago, Weakened Offender said:

 

Hearts fans used to sing Hail Hail The Hearts Are Here in the 70s and 80s.

 

2 hours ago, 4marsbars said:

 

You’ll never walk alone.

Indeed!

 

Both were sung.

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Coburg Hearts
1 hour ago, been here before said:

 

It was on the 'Jambo Tribe' cassette which would be 1990ish.

 

I know this as I downloaded it recently onto a cd for my laddie and Ive heard him cutting about singing it.

 

About 5 mins in... beware though it opens with a 'clean' Hearts version of Hello Hello for the easily offended...

 

Come on Jambos, get on up...

 

 

I have that album on my phone and lap-top, also play it on my Echo. 

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Weakened Offender
1 hour ago, queensferryjambo said:

 

I really do not remember anyone singing that.

 

I remember Alex MacDonald's departure as being a bit of a shock. We finished season 1989/90 really well and finished 3rd in the league and aside from a very poor decision on the last game of the season would have finished 2nd in the draw with Rangers. 

 

He was sacked 3 league games into season 1990/91 and the defeat to Rangers was far from a surprise in those days.

 

The feeling among the fans was Mercer had been given the opportunity of a big name Joe Jordan and decided to take it whilst Jordan was still available. 

 

There was hardly a big run of defeats and the fans wanting his head.

 

It definitely was.

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Morgan
4 minutes ago, Weakened Offender said:

 

It definitely was.

It definitely was what?

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Weakened Offender
Just now, Morgan said:

It definitely was what?

 

It definitely was sung 😕

 

 

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Morgan
5 minutes ago, Weakened Offender said:

 

It definitely was sung 😕

 

 

By 18,000 folk?

 

Or 18?

 

Not including the knuckle draggers.

 

:) 

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Weakened Offender
Just now, Morgan said:

By 18,000 folk?

 

Or 18?

 

Not including the knuckle draggers.

 

:) 

 

It was chanted in the shed. Not sure by how many but Wallace, like me 😊, probably heard it too because he sacked him.

 

Dont forget, the support was starting to change a fair bit by then. 85/86 attracted thousands of fans who hadn't been there in the bad old days. The newspapers clippings posted on this thread evidence there was a pretty fair split (isn't there always) amongst the support regarding whether a man the club owed so much to should be emptied.

 

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dannymack
16 minutes ago, Weakened Offender said:

 

It was chanted in the shed. Not sure by how many but Wallace, like me 😊, probably heard it too because he sacked him.

 

Dont forget, the support was starting to change a fair bit by then. 85/86 attracted thousands of fans who hadn't been there in the bad old days. The newspapers clippings posted on this thread evidence there was a pretty fair split (isn't there always) amongst the support regarding whether a man the club owed so much to should be emptied.

 

There was definitely a minority of disgruntled fans but I cannot remember the song but the funny thing is, Morgan STILL thinks your on about The Sash 🤣😂🤣

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FinnBarr Saunders
1 hour ago, Morgan said:

 

Indeed!

 

Both were sung.

 

I can only remember YNWA being sung as we trounced Leipzig, Hail Hail was even on the B side of the Colin Chisholm Hearts song single sung by the team and Glasgow Hearts.

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SwindonJambo

I began following the club in the mid 80s when there was still a biggish element of sectarian crap sung, though definitely not the majority.  It has certainly dwindled a lot since then but unfortunately not yet disappeared altogether. Hopefully it finally will.  Pathetic stuff.

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MoncurMacdonaldMercer
3 hours ago, Morgan said:

By 18,000 folk?

 

Or 18?

 

Not including the knuckle draggers.

 

:) 

 

the midweek league cup tie at Aberdeen - pissin rain and game on the tv i.e. just the hardcore there 

 

large amount of the the beech end singing doddie must go etc - I wasn't 

 

it was a dismal performance and things weren't going well not helped by Derek fergusons injuries / slow start

 

hearts proper legend

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Hercules
7 hours ago, Wilson said:

You are a liar.

You are a jobby. 

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Harry Potter
4 hours ago, Hercules said:

You are a jobby. 

make love not war.

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Morgan
13 hours ago, dannymack said:

There was definitely a minority of disgruntled fans but I cannot remember the song but the funny thing is, Morgan STILL thinks your on about The Sash 🤣😂🤣

Y’know Danny?

 

I don’t  STILL think he’s talking about The Sash.  I have given no indication that was my thought, so wonder where you get that impression from?

 

Anyway, I’m not prepared (or want to) get involved in an argument over a couple of wee tunes.  :thumbsup:

 

 

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Morgan
14 hours ago, Wilson said:

You are a liar.

 

7 hours ago, Hercules said:

You are a jobby. 

 

2 hours ago, Harry Potter said:

make love not war.

This is a prime example of why a fiver a year is an absolute snip.

 

Well done, chaps!  :clap: :clap: 

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dannymack
13 hours ago, Weakened Offender said:

 

It definitely was.

 

13 hours ago, Morgan said:

It definitely was what?

 

13 hours ago, Weakened Offender said:

 

It definitely was sung 😕

 

 

 

13 hours ago, Morgan said:

By 18,000 folk?

 

Or 18?

 

Not including the knuckle draggers.

 

:) 

 

13 hours ago, Weakened Offender said:

 

It was chanted in the shed. Not sure by how many but Wallace, like me 😊, probably heard it too because he sacked him.

 

Dont forget, the support was starting to change a fair bit by then. 85/86 attracted thousands of fans who hadn't been there in the bad old days. The newspapers clippings posted on this thread evidence there was a pretty fair split (isn't there always) amongst the support regarding whether a man the club owed so much to should be emptied.

 

There's my impression, no argument here, just another day on Kickback. 

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Morgan
12 minutes ago, dannymack said:

 

 

 

 

There's my impression, no argument here, just another day on Kickback. 

Fair enough, happy to end it here.

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