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    Quote Originally Posted by CentreLine View Post
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    Can’t remember pies being thrown at club staff ever. My recollection is, close to the front, we were mostly concerned about catching the attention of the boys, trackside, to buy our spearmint gum, crisps or Mars bar.
    Defo one of my early memories and more than likely coming from the opposition fans as the poor man had to walk all the way around the ash perimeter of the pitch

    For the record I never threw a pie at anyone.......Well maybes John McDonald


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    Quote Originally Posted by BILLYHIBS View Post
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    Defo one of my early memories and more than likely coming from the opposition fans as the poor man had to walk all the way around the ash perimeter of the pitch

    For the record I never threw a pie at anyone.......Well maybes John McDonald
    Hope you aimed low, Billy as that wee rodent was usually on the ground 😂
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonnyboy View Post
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    Hope you aimed low, Billy as that wee rodent was usually on the ground 😂

    Not that we hold grudges for 40+ years...


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    Quote Originally Posted by BILLYHIBS View Post
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    Defo one of my early memories and more than likely coming from the opposition fans as the poor man had to walk all the way around the ash perimeter of the pitch

    For the record I never threw a pie at anyone.......Well maybes John McDonald
    The one that hit John Greig was expertly aimed.

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    Is there any updates on this big screen ?
    When it's built there probably will be updates, some adverts, and maybe even a highlight or two on it as well.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Kato View Post
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    The one that hit John Greig was expertly aimed.

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    It was 2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackpoolhibs View Post
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    It was 2.
    I know who threw one of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CentreLine View Post
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    Can’t remember pies being thrown at club staff ever. My recollection is, close to the front, we were mostly concerned about catching the attention of the boys, trackside, to buy our spearmint gum, crisps or Mars bar.
    Anyone remember an old guy who walked about on the terracing selling “ ra toffee apples “.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenginger View Post
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    Anyone remember an old guy who walked about on the terracing selling “ ra toffee apples “.
    Things like this when we get back in, will drive sales, don’t knock it😀

    The old ideas are the best ideas

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenginger View Post
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    Anyone remember an old guy who walked about on the terracing selling “ ra toffee apples “.
    Ra toffee apples will go down a bomb at Parkhead if any entrepreneurs are listening.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kato View Post
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    I know who threw one of them.
    I know who threw both.

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    I know this thread is dead now but I wonder if fans get back into ER this year will the big screen be installed?

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    Yes - well be wheeling the big Euros screens in Glasgow Green along the M8...
    "We know the people who have invested so far are simple fans." Vladimir Romanov - Scotsman 10th December 2012
    "Romanov was like a breath of fresh air - laced with cyanide." Me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackpoolhibs View Post
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    I know who threw both.
    I can remember when a Sinclair C5 was driven slowly round the perimeter of the pitch at one home game only to be severely pied as it neared the tunnel. Quality marksmanship.

    Why the hell someone thought it a good sales idea to bring a C5 to Easter Road I have no idea unless there was Peruvian marching powder involved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by One Day Soon View Post
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    I can remember when a Sinclair C5 was driven slowly round the perimeter of the pitch at one home game only to be severely pied as it neared the tunnel. Quality marksmanship.

    Why the hell someone thought it a good sales idea to bring a C5 to Easter Road I have no idea unless there was Peruvian marching powder involved.
    Ah, the Sinclair C5, the Craig Levein of it's day, so much promise and it turned out to be a very expensive clowns tricycle.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Viva_Palmeiras View Post
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    Yes - well be wheeling the big Euros screens in Glasgow Green along the M8...
    #exuberance

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bostonhibby View Post
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    Ah, the Sinclair C5, the Craig Levein of it's day, so much promise and it turned out to be a very expensive clowns tricycle.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Bostonhibby View Post
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    Ah, the Sinclair C5, the Craig Levein of it's day, so much promise and it turned out to be a very expensive clowns tricycle.



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    Weirdly there was a guy cycling/driving one in St Andrews Square the other day 🤷

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iain G View Post
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    Weirdly there was a guy cycling/driving one in St Andrews Square the other day
    Brave man, whichever it was, neither the C5 or the MK1 Levein strike me as particularly roadworthy or reliable

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    Quote Originally Posted by One Day Soon View Post
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    I can remember when a Sinclair C5 was driven slowly round the perimeter of the pitch at one home game only to be severely pied as it neared the tunnel. Quality marksmanship.

    Why the hell someone thought it a good sales idea to bring a C5 to Easter Road I have no idea unless there was Peruvian marching powder involved.
    A dark day for millionaire computer genius Clive Sinclair. The Hibs support were never appreciative of innovation. Reaction to the half-time majorette displays was similar. Grown men shouting lascivious remarks at young schoolgirls. Oh yes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bostonhibby View Post
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    Brave man, whichever it was, neither the C5 or the MK1 Levein strike me as particularly roadworthy or reliable

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    Yeah looked tired and worn out, as if Mrs Dr Budge had taken it for a ride 😉

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iain G View Post
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    Yeah looked tired and worn out, as if Mrs Dr Budge had taken it for a ride
    all 400,000 of them have been taken for a ride

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenginger View Post
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    Anyone remember an old guy who walked about on the terracing selling “ ra toffee apples “.

    Ra toffee aipples, surely?

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