D'oh. Makes it hard for Hibs players then as most of our best ones have gone to the old firm. In addition to Sauzee, Michael O'Neil is worth a mention - he really came on to be a fantastic player in his last couple of seasons. Sol Bamba also worth a shout for the defence.
Itís much closer to one in four than one in three - with him getting around 10 per season on average.
Like I said, Iíve appreciated more as Iíve got older that thereís more to being a striker than purely scoring goals - and thatís more his game. But itís still the biggest part of a strikers game and considering his record at us Iím surprised we got what we did for him.
I also reckon Browns career has had a much more successful career than Fletcher who kept getting relegated and has more found his level in the championship now.
I remember at the time that the coaches were raving about Fletcher. He was scouted heavily at Hibs. He was only 17 when he broke into our first team - he wasnít strong enough to play CF then but Mowbray wanted to give him as much experience as possible.
Maybe his career didnít go quite where it could have done but heís done very well.
Scott Brown is the most successful player in Scotland of his generation. I very much doubt he cares at all what his critics might say.