||Simpsons Memorial -
||St Johns, Portobello
||Holyrood High School
|First Hibs match
||Pat Stanton Testimonial Hibs v Celtic
|How long a member of London Hibs
|How did you find out about London Hibs
||I work for the same company
as Mike Inglis. After three years of constant badgering I finally relented
and signed up
|Favourite all time Hibs Player
|Most memorable Game
||League Cup Final v Dunfermline 2-1
|How often do you get to games
||3 or 4 times a year
|When did you leave Scotland? (If
|Why do you live in the South?
||Part of the English stock improvement
programme (and I work in London).
|Favourite English team
|Lowest moment following Hibs?
||The whole Jim Duffy / Billy McNeill
season. It was a lesson in incompetence and mismanagement from two
men who took far more from the club than they gave.
|Best Hibs goal?
||Keith Wrights goal in the League Cup
Final. Not because it was a classic goal but because of what it meant to
both myself and the club. It's the first and only time I've watched Hibs
lift a trophy
|What is the best thing about being a
||Knowing I support my (once) local
Club whether good or bad and not partaking in the weekly exodus Westward
|Proudest moment following Hibs?
||Watching my brother Chris be named
man of the match on his debut, against Dunfermline, at the age of 17
|How did you become a Hibby?
||The whole family are Hibs supporters.
My Dad (before going onto Dunfermline under Jock Stein) and Brother (now
with Stirling Albion) have both played for the Club and as a boy I could
see the stadium from my bedroom window