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    Paul Hanlon

    ... has been getting pelters for weeks. Meanwhile he's been quietly getting on with the job, organising the back 4 as a unit and was immense today.

    Gradually getting back to his imperious best. A Hibee through and through.


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    @hibs.net private member Hibbyradge's Avatar
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    Eh?

    I'm sure I read on here that he was finished.
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    Back to his best today. Very good performance.

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    Wasnt having to cover for McGregor today

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    Quote Originally Posted by HibeeMackenzie View Post
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    Wasnt having to cover for McGregor today
    I agree with this. I think it's at the back of his mind that he may need to cover for McGregor when he plays.

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    The gaffer said pre match both McGregor and Hanlon have been playing but not training which means they've both been carrying knocks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibbyradge View Post
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    Eh?

    I'm sure I read on here that he was finished.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heisenberg View Post
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    Back to his best today. Very good performance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibbyradge View Post
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    Eh?

    I'm sure I read on here that he was finished.
    No, hes represented Scotland Im sure.

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    I would say its McGregor been covering for him since Hanlon came back from his injury and his distribution was appalling. Happy to see him getting back on form today though and Im sure they will be back to playing well together next Friday

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    Nah, he is definitely finished.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skipster7 View Post
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    The gaffer said pre match both McGregor and Hanlon have been playing but not training which means they've both been carrying knocks.
    I said this weeks ago and was subject to some attempt to rip the pesh. Some players will play through injury for the sake of the team, Darren and Paul are both those kind of guys, were lucky to have them both.

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    Hanlon was very good today, wasn't a surprise to hear he got man of the match.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matty_f View Post
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    Hanlon was very good today, wasn't a surprise to hear he got man of the match.
    Whilst I thought Paul played very well in an excellent team performance, I was surprised to hear he was motm.

    Omeonga was different class, Mallan was excellent, Horgan was a threat throughout and Milligan was our top defender.

    If Hanlon plays like that every week though, he'd be motm frequently and in with a good shout of player of the year. He played well in a game where it just happened that a few played even better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smartie View Post
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    Whilst I thought Paul played very well in an excellent team performance, I was surprised to hear he was motm.

    Omeonga was different class, Mallan was excellent, Horgan was a threat throughout and Milligan was our top defender.

    If Hanlon plays like that every week though, he'd be motm frequently and in with a good shout of player of the year. He played well in a game where it just happened that a few played even better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smartie View Post
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    Whilst I thought Paul played very well in an excellent team performance, I was surprised to hear he was motm.

    Omeonga was different class, Mallan was excellent, Horgan was a threat throughout and Milligan was our top defender.

    If Hanlon plays like that every week though, he'd be motm frequently and in with a good shout of player of the year. He played well in a game where it just happened that a few played even better.
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