Of course he was past his sell-by date. Let's be honest he wouldn't have been anywhere near Hibs if he had been close to his best. But you still got a sense of his quality. His touch was immaculate, although funnily enough what I remember about him most vividly was that trick he had to beat a man without actually touching the ball. Spooky how he did it!
Great guy, but terribly flawed. But when you bring so much joy to people's lives you don't have to apologise.