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    Any footage of the Eddie may new years Derby winner??

    Remember the game well and one of the best atmospheres I've seen at Easter Road.

    Packed into the old East terracing like sardines, the crowd was given as 27,500 at the time but have never seen any footage??

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    Remember the game well and one of the best atmospheres I've seen at Easter Road.

    Packed into the old East terracing like sardines, the crowd was given as 27,500 at the time but have never seen any footage??

    Jingle bells jingle bells 🎶
    Similarly i would love to see footage of the October 87 Derby 2 1 win if anyone has it

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    Quote Originally Posted by berwickhibee View Post
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    Remember the game well and one of the best atmospheres I've seen at Easter Road.

    Packed into the old East terracing like sardines, the crowd was given as 27,500 at the time but have never seen any footage??

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    I think itís on the Goals against Hearts video.

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    Was hoping to transfer a bunch of Hibs footage and others from video to Dvd or to cloud. But when I plunged it in and played, chewed the tape... :(
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    Quote Originally Posted by berwickhibee View Post
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    Remember the game well and one of the best atmospheres I've seen at Easter Road.

    Packed into the old East terracing like sardines, the crowd was given as 27,500 at the time but have never seen any footage??

    Jingle bells jingle bells 🎶
    That game wasn't on TV so you'll be lucky to get any footage. Was it a header? I'd forgotten about that game to be honest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiber-nation View Post
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    That game wasn't on TV so you'll be lucky to get any footage. Was it a header? I'd forgotten about that game to be honest.
    An Eddie May winner against Hearts at Easter Road is one of my earliest clear Hibs memories. Not sure if it was the same game as the one the thread is about, but the goal came down Hibs' left hand side, a low cross was put into the net by May. From memory, we hit the post with a very similar move shortly after.
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    Quote Originally Posted by matty_f View Post
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    An Eddie May winner against Hearts at Easter Road is one of my earliest clear Hibs memories. Not sure if it was the same game as the one the thread is about, but the goal came down Hibs' left hand side, a low cross was put into the net by May. From memory, we hit the post with a very similar move shortly after.
    Into the Cowshed end? Eddie May slid in at backpost

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    My memory of Eddie May is a night game fourth of January 1989 1-0 win being in the East going radge when he scored last game I attended with my dear old Dad my abiding memory is seeing my Dad getting sucked away from me on a sea of euphoria

    There was also an earlier Saturday afternoon game 17/10/1987 I don’t think we had beat Hearts for about 10 years Eddie May gave us an early lead after Henry could not hold Kano’s shot from an Orr free-kick fat Robbo equalised and Kano headed the winner from an Eddie May corner
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    Quote Originally Posted by BILLYHIBS View Post
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    My memory of Eddie May is a night game fourth of January 1989 1-0 win being in the East going radge when he scored last game I attended with my dear old Dad my abiding memory is seeing my Dad getting sucked away from me on a sea of euphoria

    There was also an earlier Saturday afternoon game 17/10/1987 I donít think we had beat Hearts for about 10 years Eddie May gave us an early lead after Henry could not hold Kanoís shot from an Orr free-kick fat Robbo equalised and Kano headed the winner from an Eddie May corner
    My sister lived in Balfour Street at the time and said to me afterwards the roar was huge.

    Never seen footage of either of these games.

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    The two one win in 87 was Goram's first derby. Can remember kane header and both sets of fans on the pitch. I was in the old cow shed. My first derby experience

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    Itís a May Day!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frazerbob View Post
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    Itís a May Day!


    When he scored the winner versus Celtic in the 4-3 game with the diving header this old guy in the East turned to me with hands held aloft and proudly proclaimed ď Eddie May a star is born!Ē

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    Quote Originally Posted by BILLYHIBS View Post
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    My memory of Eddie May is a night game fourth of January 1989 1-0 win being in the East going radge when he scored last game I attended with my dear old Dad my abiding memory is seeing my Dad getting sucked away from me on a sea of euphoria

    There was also an earlier Saturday afternoon game 17/10/1987 I donít think we had beat Hearts for about 10 years Eddie May gave us an early lead after Henry could not hold Kanoís shot from an Orr free-kick fat Robbo equalised and Kano headed the winner from an Eddie May corner
    Think that's the one I'm thinking of.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alfred E Newman View Post
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    I think itís on the Goals against Hearts video.
    Unfortunately itís not. Some good viewing on the video which has been uploaded to YouTube - some great goals and the pitch invader with child on shoulders at the end of the Geebsie derby at Tynecastle is always worth a watch


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    As others have said the game wasn't on TV so unlikely there will be any footage (although footage of the 4-3 Scottish Cup win over Celtic in which Eddie also scored the clincher was unearthed again not that long ago so I guess there's always hope!).

    In the meantime here's Eddie putting Hibs ahead at Ibrox in early 1987. Great goal (game finished 1-1).

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hfcmnQ1RCjE

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    Quote Originally Posted by G B Young View Post
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    As others have said the game wasn't on TV so unlikely there will be any footage (although footage of the 4-3 Scottish Cup win over Celtic in which Eddie also scored the clincher was unearthed again not that long ago so I guess there's always hope!).

    In the meantime here's Eddie putting Hibs ahead at Ibrox in early 1987. Great goal (game finished 1-1).

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hfcmnQ1RCjE
    Quality finish

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    Quote Originally Posted by G B Young View Post
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    As others have said the game wasn't on TV so unlikely there will be any footage (although footage of the 4-3 Scottish Cup win over Celtic in which Eddie also scored the clincher was unearthed again not that long ago so I guess there's always hope!).

    In the meantime here's Eddie putting Hibs ahead at Ibrox in early 1987. Great goal (game finished 1-1).

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hfcmnQ1RCjE
    It was the Celtic View that filmed the 4-3 cup tie. I bought a copy from them

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    Quote Originally Posted by matty_f View Post
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    An Eddie May winner against Hearts at Easter Road is one of my earliest clear Hibs memories. Not sure if it was the same game as the one the thread is about, but the goal came down Hibs' left hand side, a low cross was put into the net by May. From memory, we hit the post with a very similar move shortly after.
    That's the game, kano hit the post soon after.
    And in the last minute Goram had a great save from wee fat robbo.

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    It was the Celtic View that filmed the 4-3 cup tie. I bought a copy from them
    Sure thatís not right, my Dad bought it from a wee shop in Abbeyhill I think, who had done some deal with a Hibs to film games, though it petered out very quickly, I think he might have bought another game as well. The quality was not great, no commentary of course, but we thought it was great.

    Heís probably still got them stored away somewhere, need to ask him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matty_f View Post
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    An Eddie May winner against Hearts at Easter Road is one of my earliest clear Hibs memories. Not sure if it was the same game as the one the thread is about, but the goal came down Hibs' left hand side, a low cross was put into the net by May. From memory, we hit the post with a very similar move shortly after.
    Eddie May was heavily involved in my first game at ER. Valentineís Day 1987. Eddie scored the first in a 4-1 win against Clydebank and was later stretchered off after colliding with the post. My memory is hazy in that I canít remember if he got injured scoring the goal or if it was later on. Only 5000 at the game!

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    Eddie May a star is born!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hibstag View Post
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    Similarly i would love to see footage of the October 87 Derby 2 1 win if anyone has it
    That was amazing. Dont think there was camaras though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Potty78 View Post
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    The two one win in 87 was Goram's first derby. Can remember kane header and both sets of fans on the pitch. I was in the old cow shed. My first derby experience
    I was in the cow shed as my foot was in a cast. Hated not being in the East but watching it go mental was pretty good to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wallpaperman View Post
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    Sure thatís not right, my Dad bought it from a wee shop in Abbeyhill I think, who had done some deal with a Hibs to film games, though it petered out very quickly, I think he might have bought another game as well. The quality was not great, no commentary of course, but we thought it was great.

    Heís probably still got them stored away somewhere, need to ask him.
    I certainly got my copy from the Celtic View. They filmed every Celtic game, home and away

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    Quote Originally Posted by scoopyboy View Post
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    I certainly got my copy from the Celtic View. They filmed every Celtic game, home and away
    Got mine -a VHS tape with no markings-from a shop on Haymarket Terrace - they had set up a camera above the tunnel - they were doing a roaring trade - still got it somewhere

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    Eddie May was heavily involved in my first game at ER. Valentineís Day 1987. Eddie scored the first in a 4-1 win against Clydebank and was later stretchered off after colliding with the post. My memory is hazy in that I canít remember if he got injured scoring the goal or if it was later on. Only 5000 at the game!
    That was my 2nd or 3rd Hibs game. Then Clydebank put us out the Scottish Cup the following Saturday at Kilbowie!

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