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    Agathe wasn’t against one of the Dundee teams scored 2 with lightning breakaways .

    Marc Librra sure he scored a few from debut onwards


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibernian Verse View Post
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    Zemmama made his debut in August that year against Inverness away, Hearts game was in October...but a good Edinburgh Derby Debut!

    Benji made his debut against Hearts, yes, but best we don't discuss that game.
    See I had this conversation with someone the other day and I was convinced that in a old hibs dvd with random goals they had zemmama and benji down as debut goals alongside ian dowie against hearts. Possibly home debuts for both.

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    Willie Paterson. Left winger in the mid 70s. Took McGrain to the cleaners.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NaturalOrder View Post
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    Agathe wasn’t against one of the Dundee teams scored 2 with lightning breakaways .

    Marc Librra sure he scored a few from debut onwards
    Agathe was hearts Libra Celtic Park I think scored too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by we are hibs View Post
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    See I had this conversation with someone the other day and I was convinced that in a old hibs dvd with random goals they had zemmama and benji down as debut goals alongside ian dowie against hearts. Possibly home debuts for both.
    Zemmama was defo Inverness. Remember hearing about the free kick expert we had signed, then watched him shank a bunch over the bar or into the wall. Finished 0-0.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Onceinawhile View Post
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    Zemmama was defo Inverness. Remember hearing about the free kick expert we had signed, then watched him shank a bunch over the bar or into the wall. Finished 0-0.
    A 0-0 draw up there back then would've been a good result for us


    Now you've mentioned that it's ringing bells. Only 2 times I've heard of us signing a dead ball expert was Mallan and Kujabi though

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    Quote Originally Posted by we are hibs View Post
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    A 0-0 draw up there back then would've been a good result for us


    Now you've mentioned that it's ringing bells. Only 2 times I've heard of us signing a dead ball expert was Mallan and Kujabi though
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    Quote Originally Posted by wookie70 View Post
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    Ian Henry broke his leg within 20 seconds in his debut for Hibs at Berwick Rangers in 1981. That was his only appearance for Hibs and I can still remember the sound of the sickening crack
    I was going to post this....I was at Berwick that day. He actually made one sub appearance over a year later.

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    Gordon Durie scored the second with a header. Penalty saved by Roughie. At 0-0.

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    Henrik Larsson’s debut was pretty satisfying!

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    Has to be Latapy against Ayr for me.

    Think his first touch was when he received the ball, turned and ran at Ayr defence.

    Knew we had something special.
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    Le Gods debut at the old Brockville sticks in my mind . We won 2-1 .
    I can remember quite a few of our signings scoring on their debut ,circa 85 .
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    Paul Wright v Aberdeen I'm sure it was 1-1 think he scored

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    Quote Originally Posted by BILLYHIBS View Post
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    Yip!

    Remember that out on the right wing versus Ayr United ba came doon wi snow on it brought it under control first time and nipped past his man

    Wonder what ever happened to him?

    Im thinking Joe McBride Snr home debut versus Lokomotiv Leipzig hatrick or Johnny Graham King of Scotland double versus Old Airdrieonians

    We thought he was the second coming but deemed surplus to requirements by Eddie Turnbull
    He was great at first but tailed off as the rest of the team took a dive after the sales of Peter Marinello & four months later, Peter Cormack. I think ET judgement was pretty sound at the time as he brought in Alan Gordon for around the same fee we got off Ayr for Johnny Graham & the same with Eric Stevenson with us getting Alex Edwards. This is not saying Eric Stevenson was anything other than an outstanding player in the Hibs team prior to that but Arthur Duncan's arrival had limited Eric's options in the first team, nowadays, 29, when he left Hibs he would have been in his prime, but injuries had taken their toll on a wonderful footballer.

    Joe's Baker's second debut, I had the privilege to be at ER to see that, if not the great man in his prompt in a Hibs shirt and I also was privileged to be at the two wonderful debuts you mentioned, it all added to a great childhood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BroxburnHibee View Post
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    Has to be Latapy against Ayr for me.

    Think his first touch was when he received the ball, turned and ran at Ayr defence.

    Knew we had something special.
    Yip!

    You could tell as soon as you clapped eyes on him that he was a class apart

    Suberb touch and go player

    His goal versus Hearts 6-2 summed him up

    Shame it did not work out for him at Easter Road

    Brilliant wee guy

    Always played with a smile on his face

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnMcM View Post
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    My all time favourite debuts are:

    1. Lewis (Mr Hibs) Stevenson -- League Cup against (Ayr, I think), anyone at that match could see there was a wee gem in the making.

    2. Conrad! No explanation needed.

    3. Peter Marinello (I think I remember his debut was in an away game (Dunfermiline or Raith Rovers) 1968/69.), but what I'm sure of was how much we were raving about him on the Bluebird coach on the way back to St Andrew's Square station.
    Lewis played against Shamrock Rovers in Dublin as a 16 Yo and punched the pitch in frustration as he conceded a last-minute penalty which made the score 1-1, we had beat St Pat's 6-0 the previous night. He still looked a player though

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    Quote Originally Posted by BILLYHIBS View Post
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    Yip!

    You could tell as soon as you clapped eyes on him that he was a class apart

    Suberb touch and go player

    His goal versus Hearts 6-2 summed him up

    Shame it did not work out for him at Easter Road

    Brilliant wee guy

    Always played with a smile on his face
    It worked out brilliantly, it just didn't end well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MWHIBBIES View Post
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    It worked out brilliantly, it just didn't end well.

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    Lewis played against Shamrock Rovers in Dublin as a 16 Yo and punched the pitch in frustration as he conceded a last-minute penalty which made the score 1-1, we had beat St Pat's 6-0 the previous night. He still looked a player though
    Cheers. I didn't know that, (I think), my memory is fast becoming a thing of the past. So to speak

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnMcM View Post
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    Cheers. I didn't know that, (I think), my memory is fast becoming a thing of the past. So to speak
    His proper debut would have been the competitive fixture and not the pre-season friendly

    I'm much better with the past than the present lol

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    Pat Stanton scored in a 3-4 loss away to Motherwell

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