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    Easter Road behind closed doors ideas..

    It would be good if fans rep Kieran Power and or Since 1875 managed to get something sorted before the season started to fill the empty seats we will see during these behind closed door games at ER.

    Could we get fans to have all the Hibs flags on seats. I know this looked great when it was done in the East stand flag day serval years ago at the back.

    Could Since 1875 do a large tifo to fill the lower tier of FF lower ?

    Definitely time to prepare and would give some character to the stadium rather than just green seats !!


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    Hon President North East Scotland Hibernians Frazerbob's Avatar
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    A few of the previous tifo banners were dumped by in the corner between the FF and East for months. Probably still there. Pity they hadn’t been stored away properly to be used again.

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    Club is aware of requests to fill seats in some way (initial request was with cardboard cut outs like other clubs have done). Any idea will need to match the new green ethos.

    Club is working down the priority list to get football resumed but is more than aware that fan support, commitment and ideas are there ✅

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    Just green screen a FIFA crowd onto the green seats

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    A big South Korean club got fined by their FA for filling some seats with sex dolls ..... I don't see the problem myself so long as you put Hibs scarves on them, after all Ann Summers needs to survive just like everybody else

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    Benfica fans put scarves across their seats. Showed a bit of support I guess if nothing else.

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    I liked the Real Madrid idea of playing their games at their training centre with a pitch the same size as their stadium with fences round it with crowd scenes on them. It saved the cost of opening the stadium in Madrid.

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    Family member saying that the Aussie fans were at it when the NRL wanted fans pictures as cardboard cutouts.

    Opposing fans were sending in pictures of mass murderers, celebrities and politicians which were making it onto the cutouts.

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    I liked the Real Madrid idea of playing their games at their training centre with a pitch the same size as their stadium with fences round it with crowd scenes on them. It saved the cost of opening the stadium in Madrid.
    I read that they’re playing at the training ground as their main stadium is being redeveloped.

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    Real Betis tonight seem to have superimposed fans into their stadium. A novel idea purely for tv obviously. When they cut to replays and different camera angles the stadium reverts back to being empty . Different not seen anyone do that.

    Superimposed fans not helping very much they trail Granada 1-0 and the scorer of the goal is on loan from Sevilla to make matters worse. Games on freesports if anyone wants to take a peek.

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    I read that they’re playing at the training ground as their main stadium is being redeveloped.
    Plus you’d need all the multi media setup there, media zone, medical and testing facilities etc. Not sure we’d have it to that extent at HTC.

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    Plus you’d need all the multi media setup there, media zone, medical and testing facilities etc. Not sure we’d have it to that extent at HTC.
    Apologies if I’ve caused confusion. I wasn’t suggesting Hibs play at East Mains. I was only saying that I’d read that the reason General Franco’s XI we’re playing at their training ground is because their stadium is being redeveloped.

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    Apologies if I’ve caused confusion. I wasn’t suggesting Hibs play at East Mains. I was only saying that I’d read that the reason General Franco’s XI we’re playing at their training ground is because their stadium is being redeveloped.
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