"Profile of a Southern Hibby"

Stefan Tymkewycz

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Name Stefan Tymkewycz
Birthplace/Date Elsie Inglis maternity hospital. A stones throw from Easter Road (app 200yds) on 1959
Primary School St Davids, Dalkeith
Secondary School St Davids, Dalkeith (headmaster Tom O’Malley)
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 Can’t remember, but I’m sure alcohol was involved.
Favourite all time Hibs Player Alex Edwards
Most memorable Game Bad memory, Losing to Montrose in LC at Links Park
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 applicable) Circa 1980
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 years.
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 Hibby? 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).


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