||Elsie Inglis maternity hospital. A stones
throw from Easter Road (app 200yds) on 1959
||St Davids, Dalkeith
||St Davids, Dalkeith (headmaster Tom
|First Hibs match
||V St Johnstone 1972 ( saw myself on TV)
|How long a member of London Hibs
||About 5 years
|How did you find out about London Hibs
||Cant remember, but Im sure
alcohol was involved.
|Favourite all time Hibs Player
|Most memorable Game
||Bad memory, Losing to Montrose in LC at
Good memory, Phew ! My memory is not that good.
|How often do you get to games?
||Once a month
|When did you leave Scotland? (If
|Why do you live in the South?
||Because I love the English !! (work)
|Favourite English team
||Wimbledon, that reminds me, most memorable
game 1988 FA cup final.
|Lowest moment following Hibs?
||Pick any three from four, seeing Hibs
relegated, losing 6-1 to Partick Thistle, yes Partick Thistle, Not beating Jambos for
|Best Hibs goal?
||Tony Fitzpatrick against Dundee at ER when
he dribbled(stumbled) around 3 defenders from about 30 yds out and scored !!!!!!!
|What is the best thing about being a
||Just being a Hibby
|Proudest moment following Hibs?
||Arriving back in Edinburgh after LC win
and seeing the lined streets from the Maybury to ER, I cried.
|How did you become a Hibby?
||Good luck, intelligence, fortune and many
many more. And a teacher who supported St Johnstone(see above).