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    Hibs v. Hamilton at East Mains

    As it says.

    Makalambay

    Welsh
    McCormick
    Thicot
    Stevenson

    Wotherspoon
    Miller
    Galbraith

    Byrne
    Benji
    Stokes

    1 0 up at half time. Miller.


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    Thats a strong side we have out

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    Quote Originally Posted by H18sry View Post
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    Thats a strong side we have out


    Not too sure about the 4-3-3 again though!

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    Pleeeeease let Stokesy get a goal!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wee_hibee View Post
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    Not too sure about the 4-3-3 again though!
    I'm just guessing it's 4-3-3 from the names I got.

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    certainly a very strong team and surprised to see Stokes involved.

    Maybe this is punishment... or a chance for him to get his first goal in green n white?
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    Quote Originally Posted by HFC_1875 View Post
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    certainly a very strong team and surprised to see Stokes involved.

    Maybe this is punishment... or a chance for him to get his first goal in green n white?
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    2-0. Danny Galbraith pen after he was fouled by Marvin Andrews.

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    Thanks for opening my eyes
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    Quote Originally Posted by scoopyboy View Post
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    2-0. Danny Galbraith pen after he was fouled by Marvin Andrews.
    Why not let stokes take it, I thought the same on sat when deek stepped up

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    Quote Originally Posted by Archie21 View Post
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    Why not let stokes take it, I thought the same on sat when deek stepped up

    Because if he had missed it there would be a thread on here 55 pages long with 16,000 viewings asking why Galbraith didn't take it.

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    2-2.

    Hibs brought 5 laddies on and obviously gave the initiative to the Accies.

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    2-0. Danny Galbraith pen after he was fouled by Marvin Andrews.
    I was sitting next to Marvin Andrews on Sunday, he did not give one solitary **** about what was going on

    Sitting texting the whole game including when the Hamilton were taking their penalty then disappeared with half an hour left.

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    Cheers for the updates Scoopyboy. Always appreciated.

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    Campbell came on for McCormack who took a knock, Bell on for Stokes, Currie on for Miller and Smith on for Benji. The team lost its shape after the subs and conceded 2 slackish goals, Maka went down like bag of feathers for the first goal and the midfield didn't follow up for the 2nd.

    Good performances from McCormack, Lewis and Welsh but Miller ran the show, head and shoulders above everyone else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brooster View Post
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    Campbell came on for McCormack who took a knock, Bell on for Stokes, Currie on for Miller and Smith on for Benji. The team lost its shape after the subs and conceded 2 slackish goals, Maka went down like bag of feathers for the first goal and the midfield didn't follow up for the 2nd.

    Good performances from McCormack, Lewis and Welsh but Miller ran the show, head and shoulders above everyone else.
    Surely not, perhaps he'd have done better if it was a cross?

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    Surely not, perhaps he'd have done better if it was a cross?
    LOL. Hamilton didn't get a cross in all day which was down to really good performances from the full backs Lewis and Welsh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brooster View Post
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    Campbell came on for McCormack who took a knock, Bell on for Stokes, Currie on for Miller and Smith on for Benji. The team lost its shape after the subs and conceded 2 slackish goals, Maka went down like bag of feathers for the first goal and the midfield didn't follow up for the 2nd.

    Good performances from McCormack, Lewis and Welsh but Miller ran the show, head and shoulders above everyone else.
    presume its scott smith that came on for benji?

    pleased to see the younger lads getting a run out, great experience for them to play with 1st team players.

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    presume its scott smith that came on for benji?

    pleased to see the younger lads getting a run out, great experience for them to play with 1st team players.

    Aye, Scott came on at LB and Lewis was pushed onto midfield. The Campbell who came on for McCormack was Aarron Campbell who looks the part.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brooster View Post
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    Aye, Scott came on at LB and Lewis was pushed onto midfield. The Campbell who came on for McCormack was Aarron Campbell who likes the part.
    Likes what part?

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    Quote Originally Posted by oconnors_strip View Post
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    presume its scott smith that came on for benji?

    pleased to see the younger lads getting a run out, great experience for them to play with 1st team players.
    Conversely, a great experience for the 1st team players to play alongside youthful exhuberence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brooster View Post
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    Aye, Scott came on at LB and Lewis was pushed onto midfield. The Campbell who came on for McCormack was Aarron Campbell who likes the part.
    ok and its aaron CHALMERS and yes he likes the part of being centre half and he does look the part, in pre season he strolled through every game, and in the 3 league games so far he has been a stand out with smith at the back. he would have had a goal to his name if the ref had given it on saturday against celtic

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    ok and its aaron CHALMERS and yes he likes the part of being centre half and he does look the part, in pre season he strolled through every game, and in the 3 league games so far he has been a stand out with smith at the back. he would have had a goal to his name if the ref had given it on saturday against celtic
    Chalmers thats right, I thought Campbell didn't sound right but I couldn't remember his name. I thought his shot was over the line on Saturday but it was hard to tell from where I was and I was closer than you!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brooster View Post
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    Chalmers thats right, I thought Campbell didn't sound right but I couldn't remember his name. I thought his shot was over the line on Saturday but it was hard to tell from where I was and I was closer than you!!
    i thought it was over from my view, and others who were right on the line said it was. but its always hard to tell in these situations. aaron of course claimed it was over

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    i thought it was over from my view, and others who were right on the line said it was. but its always hard to tell in these situations. aaron of course claimed it was over
    I was about 3 yards to your left and it looked over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brooster View Post
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    Campbell came on for McCormack who took a knock, Bell on for Stokes, Currie on for Miller and Smith on for Benji. The team lost its shape after the subs and conceded 2 slackish goals, Maka went down like bag of feathers for the first goal and the midfield didn't follow up for the 2nd.

    Good performances from McCormack, Lewis and Welsh but Miller ran the show, head and shoulders above everyone else.
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    Surely not, perhaps he'd have done better if it was a cross?
    Brooster is hardly known for his impartiality when it comes to having a view on Maka's goalkeeping abilities now is he!

    Only takes a couple of people continually putting views like that which I have highlighted to get others who need "guided" to have their views on a subject to jump on that particular bandwagon too!

    FWIW, I don't agree with Brooster's view and I believe that time will show that Maka is far better than Brooster and his" camp" seem to think he is!

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    I was about 3 yards to your left and it looked over.
    I was just past halfway and it looked over.
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    Brooster is hardly known for his impartiality when it comes to having a view on Maka's goalkeeping abilities now is he!

    Only takes a couple of people continually putting views like that which I have highlighted to get others who need "guided" to have their views on a subject to jump on that particular bandwagon too!

    FWIW, I don't agree with Brooster's view and I believe that time will show that Maka is far better than Brooster and his" camp" seem to think he is!

    What was your view on the first Hamilton goal then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TornadoHibby View Post
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    Brooster is hardly known for his impartiality when it comes to having a view on Maka's goalkeeping abilities now is he!

    Only takes a couple of people continually putting views like that which I have highlighted to get others who need "guided" to have their views on a subject to jump on that particular bandwagon too!

    FWIW, I don't agree with Brooster's view and I believe that time will show that Maka is far better than Brooster and his" camp" seem to think he is!
    It seems he's in a different clique to your one.

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