byPublished on 19-09-2011 01:00 PM
1970/1971 was unique as far as the club programme went. There were no less than 4 different prices on the cover over the season. As well as changing from the 'old money' format of pounds shillings and pence to decimal, there was a slight price increase. ...byPublished on 17-09-2011 10:30 AM
It was mid September 1966 and I was fast approaching my fourteenth birthday but the world was significantly different back then and attendance at Hibs away matches was infrequent. Thankfully, Maude MacFarlane’s assurances that I would be well cared for on the Hawkhill Bus persuaded my Dad to let me make the journey over the Forth to watch Hibs take on Dunfermline at East End Park. ...byPublished on 28-06-2011 09:45 AM
Billy Bremner was almost a Hibs player.
Born in Stirling, in December of 1942, the fiery, industrious footballer who played for Leeds United (1958-76) and Hull City (1976-78) also gained 54 caps for Scotland between 1965-1975. ...
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