Yes best wishes to him. I imagine he is glad to get out, having witnessed how far the EEN has fallen in recent years.
Spot on. I remember there used to be several editions a day and you would sometimes get news of a Hibs signing in the City Final edition. Now the paper is printed the night before and not worth buying. David Hardie must have found it a dull environment compared to the buzz of old school journalism. I'll be surprised if the paper itself doesn't get 'retired' soon.
Anyway, all the best to DH. He was the man to go to for Hibs news back in the day.
David's a good pal of mine and was planning on having a few beers in the Iona tomorrow after the game to celebrate his retirement but this has now changed to a 3.00 KO (how apt) meet-up at a pub in Goldenacre tomorrow afternoon.
Good luck with your next venture David, even if it is just enjoying your retirement, I always enjoyed reading your articles over the years, made a change to have someone in the press who was on our side. 👍👍