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    Quote Originally Posted by hibby19 View Post
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    For those who wish to test themselves...

    https://m.sporcle.com/games/nigerius...cup-winning-xi
    Forgot about Carmichael and otso, you forgot about handling when doing the quiz


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    Quote Originally Posted by The young one View Post
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    Forgot about Carmichael and otso, you forgot about handling when doing the quiz
    Not my quiz mate, just shared the link

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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig_HFC View Post
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    The starting XI and the bench is etched onto my brain forevermore.

    I even remember Chris Dagnall.
    The look of surprise (and smile) on his face was a picture when he played for Crewe at Cheltenham last season, I somehow don't think he expected one daft Hibby to give him a rousing rendition of '' there's only one Chris Dagnall'' quite a few perplexed looks on the faces of some Cheltenham fans as well, even a couple of my mates I go with had to have it explained to them and one of them is a plastic hun, he still gets it tight every time i see him

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    Forgot about Boyle!


    Can anyone remember The losers XI that day? I can get 8 (one might have been a sub).

    Foderingham
    Tavernier
    Wilson
    Wallace
    Halliday
    Shields (sub?)
    Miller
    Waghorn
    Mon the Hibs.

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    got tears in my eyes again.............WHAT a day that was !
    The difference between genius and stupidity is that genius has its limits

    The trouble with referees is that they know the rules, but they do not know the game

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    Quote Originally Posted by danhibees1875 View Post
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    Forgot about Boyle!


    Can anyone remember The losers XI that day? I can get 8 (one might have been a sub).

    Foderingham
    Tavernier
    Wilson
    Wallace
    Halliday
    Shields (sub?)
    Miller
    Waghorn
    Who can forget the wonderful Rob Kiernan's contribution to that great day. The way he just casually jogged alongside Stokes for the opener, never at any stage getting any closer to him or narrowing the angle. A fantastic contribution.
    The wee guy they had on loan from Arsenal as well. Was delighted when I seen him announced in the starting 11. A few decent flashes in previous weeks from him but knew that final wouldn't be a game for him. Our midfield 3 ran all over him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by danhibees1875 View Post
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    Forgot about Boyle!


    Can anyone remember The losers XI that day? I can get 8 (one might have been a sub).

    Foderingham
    Tavernier
    Wilson
    Wallace
    Halliday
    Shields (sub?)
    Miller
    Waghorn
    Two big ones - Nicky Clark being the one to fall over the ball and give us the throw in on 90 minutes, and Barrie McKay giving us the most celebrated Hibs goal kick in history on 93 minutes.

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