Well, that international break was worth it... The thing is...it should have been worth it. If Strachan had not bent over backwards to not use players like John McGinn, Leigh Griffiths and Callum McGregor. With no justification I might add. Then the Scotland mis-manager, rather than blame himself for his own starting 11 error, decides … Continue reading Strachan is a bogey and Hibs welcome the Sheep to Easter Road
I'd been buzzing all week for this derby. Whatever I've been doing it's been there in my mind, somewhere in my mind there was a rendition of Hibs, Hibs or Here We Go, Two in a Row going on. I was also singing Hibs, Hibs but using other words like "Clips, Clips" and when at … Continue reading Second fifth round Derby defeat puts Hibs in charge of the City
On Saturday I wrote a blog after Neil Lennon's post match interview. Well, it wasn't really a blog, more a gigantic rant about his comments, particularly those about Jason Cummings. On Sunday I re-read it and thought 'hmm, not sure that's a helpful blog and it is a rant' so I tweeted about it and … Continue reading Replay sell out, let’s do it again Hibs.
Another cup run, another fifth round meeting with Hearts at Tynecastle, another draw, another replay at Easter Road. Another seethe from Hearts fans who can only come at us with "celebrating a draw". Watching on TV Sunday it was clear that Hibs fans were backing our team. The best I have heard in a while. … Continue reading Ploughing the Tynecastle field, Hibs, Hibs woah oh oh oh oh oh
With a massive Cup Derby coming up in a weeks time it was pretty much guaranteed that Hibs would do something insane while Hearts seem to have upped their game. In the fourth minute our defence went slapstick, didn't have a clue what was happening. Ross Laidlaw watched his defence crumble in front of him … Continue reading Snatching a draw from the jaws of defeat
You know when you're sitting there and you think to yourself that you could be studying, tidying, washing or ironing but you think nah, I'll do a blog about Hibs. During the time that Alan Stubbs was in charge I always felt that feel good factor at the club, even when the chips were down … Continue reading Keep the feel good factor going at Easter Road.
Saturday Finally thawed out enough to try typing so here's my thoughts on Saturday's game at Easter Road versus Queen of the South. Queen of the South have not had the start to the season they would have preferred and are currently floating about in the middle of the table with five wins, five losses … Continue reading Feeling Good at Easter Road
This is the fantastic video from Alzheimer's Research UK. It centres around Santa having Alzheimers himself and not longer remembers what he does and how special he is to so many people. My own Nana died from Alzheimer's and I know of so many more who have too. If you can afford it then please … Continue reading Santa Forgot
Finally escaped to write this. So, Saturday afternoon brought us Falkirk at Easter Road. Despite Falkirk forgetting how to play football it was never going to to be a match-up to take lightly. Falkirk are further down the league that they would want to be at this point in the season but it's easy to … Continue reading Put it in the NET! And Bring Back Hendo…
When I left Easter Road yesterday afternoon I was actually at a loss for words. This isn't the first time that's happened, but it only ever happens after a loss. After a win I can give you any number of words, sentences and usually clichés galore because there is so much to be said about … Continue reading Bad Day at the Easter Road Office