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    Quote Originally Posted by Deansy View Post
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    Was in the stand at this game and couldn't believe it as we were wildly celebrating a stone-Waller of a penalty- but then it was like O'Neill emerged out of the most with him raising the linesnan's flag ! Only in Scottish Football does the manager of one of the country's 2 big clubs, get away with actions like that - not only did the ref agree with O'Neill's 'decision' that night, to prove it he didn't even book him for man-handling an official!
    Surprised nobody's mentioned Dallas sending off Paco Luna at ER. Clearly never saw the handball, awarded the goal and then changed his mind on nothing more than a protest from Maurice Ross. Another blatant piece of cheating by the most corrupt official ever to preside over a Scottish game.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tomsk View Post
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    Surprised nobody's mentioned Dallas sending off Paco Luna at ER. Clearly never saw the handball, awarded the goal and then changed his mind on nothing more than a protest from Maurice Ross. Another blatant piece of cheating by the most corrupt official ever to preside over a Scottish game.
    Was thinking about that one. Which competition was that? SC?


    IIRC Luna headed the ball onto his own hand which if deliberate was the most outstanding piece of skill/cheating, but it it was so obviously not intended. Before the game I had to meet someone outside the main stand. Dallas arrived as I was standing there and was happily chatting away with groups of Rangers fans, took him ages to get in because as one group moved on another would come to say hello (hello) to him. Gave a couple of autographs too.

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    Not at Easter Road, but Dean Shiels being sent off in the boxing day derby was ridiculous. We'd just hauled ourselves back to 2-2 after being 2-0 down and would surely have won the the game. How many times is a goal scored and the goalie holds onto the ball with the other side trying to retrieve it and thereafter a bit of "argy-bargy" follows? Almost never does it result in a sending off. Gordon did Shiels no favours mind you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gloucester Hibs View Post
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    Not at Easter Road, but Dean Shiels being sent off in the boxing day derby was ridiculous. We'd just hauled ourselves back to 2-2 after being 2-0 down and would surely have won the the game. How many times is a goal scored and the goalie holds onto the ball with the other side trying to retrieve it and thereafter a bit of "argy-bargy" follows? Almost never does it result in a sending off. Gordon did Shiels no favours mind you.

    Whittaker hit both post with the same shot in that game before the Lithuanian cheat scored a peach to win it.
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    Anyone remember the Scottish cup game against the huns when Murray got taken off with a head injury instead of being treated on the pitch and they scored when he was off? Drove me mad that game! Sure that wee Rat Novo got a straight red for crippling one of our defenders and Mixu was raginí.

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    Quote Originally Posted by weecounty hibby View Post
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    Me too. That and the behaviour of their fans after the 79 cup final has left me with a deep seated, RATIONAL hatred of the Hun. I was sat behind the goal that day probably no more than 25/30 metres away and it was a disgrace how the ref gave that decision.
    Fixed that for you 😉

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    Whittaker hit both post with the same shot in that game before the Lithuanian cheat scored a peach to win it.
    Think that was after they went 3-2 up. If there were ever moments to describe our luck in derbies, Whittaker hitting both posts and then 12 years later hitting the post at easter road and it rolling right along the line would be it.

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    Not HIBS but Scotland 1 v 2 Italy was a gut wrencher European Championships

    Italian forward fouls Scottish defender in our box free kick to Italy a minute to go 1-2

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    Shelling out for a pie

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    Quote Originally Posted by BILLYHIBS View Post
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    Not HIBS but Scotland 1 v 2 Italy was a gut wrencher European Championships

    Italian forward fouls Scottish defender in our box free kick to Italy a minute to go 1-2
    Oh that was a doozie!

    I always rationalise itís with our equaliser from Ferguson being a mile offside.

    But the foul on Hutton I think was incredible to see.
    Also remember Italy had a monster of a striker who was about 8 foot tall. Was so obvious it needed two men on him. Turns out it was his header that won it.

    What a campaign that was!

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    Quote Originally Posted by we are hibs View Post
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    Think that was after they went 3-2 up. If there were ever moments to describe our luck in derbies, Whittaker hitting both posts and then 12 years later hitting the post at easter road and it rolling right along the line would be it.
    Yup.

    The same one-in-a-hundred outcome from the same shot from the same player in the same game at the same scoreline in two different decades. Bet that's only ever happened in an Edinburgh derby.

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    Apologies if already posted but the decision not to sub young Porteous as soon as his knee popped out the first time versus Livvy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BILLYHIBS View Post
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    Apologies if already posted but the decision not to sub young Porteous as soon as his knee popped out the first time versus Livvy.
    Utterly ludicrous decision.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Northernhibee View Post
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    Utterly ludicrous decision.
    Na, he scored the equaliser, worth it

    Didn't he start the next match, might be wrong? I thought it was after that, maybe against Motherwell he actually got injured?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MWHIBBIES View Post
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    Na, he scored the equaliser, worth it

    Didn't he start the next match, might be wrong? I thought it was after that, maybe against Motherwell he actually got injured?
    Motherwell game was six weeks later and he only lasted twenty eight minutes

    Hope he is 100% when he comes back

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