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    Joe Harper rocket v the jambos: 1-0 Hibs


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    Quote Originally Posted by CapitalGreen View Post
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    0-1 defeat to Killie at home in 2004. Not a result to remember but our attacking play was night and day compared to what we’d endured under Williamson. Came away that day feeling positive about our team that season despite the defeat. It was also the day we paid our respects to the departed Gordon Smith.
    I was going to post the same. Mowbrays’s first game playing all the young team. I had been on the verge of giving up and drifting away from Hibs but my young nephew wanted his first season ticket and I was persuaded to rethink. Boy was I glad.

    Team played with a verve and a vigour I hadn’t seen in years. Never felt so excited about a season after a defeat.

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    Pumping Dundee United 5-0 at home with a Michael O’Neill masterclass. It was a good season and a quality Hibs team. That must be the year of Gordon Hunter’s winner at tynecastle and almost making a Scottish Cup final but lost to Celtic in a semi replay. I think we finished above them too (pre Fergus McCann when they were murder).

    I could have all this wrong and can’t be arsed looking it up, but I was a teenager and just starting going home and away with my mates, so was the start of a great season for me.

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    I tend not to check these up as I can't be arsed in my auld age. In saying that, I hope I'm right that the first game we played in the auld first division after getting relegated in '79, was away to Stirling Albion. The reason this one sticks out as a fair few Hibby's that day got stung with wasps. Myself included. Oh, I'm also sure Peter Cormack scored that same game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bishop Hibee View Post
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    Every season sees renewed optimism. I know this thread title has been done before but the day before kick off brings old memories to mind. 5-0 v Dundee Utd is a particular favourite of mine.
    That was the one that came to my mind. Gareth Evans was on fire that day. Absolutely unplayable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by calumhibee1 View Post
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    Been annoying me for yonks that one. Petrie has to sort this out tomorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tamig View Post
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    That was the one that came to my mind. Gareth Evans was on fire that day. Absolutely unplayable.
    Am I correct in saying that a young Billy Finlay had a great game that day. I'm pretty sure he scored the first?

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    Quote Originally Posted by green with envy View Post
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    Am I correct in saying that a young Billy Finlay had a great game that day. I'm pretty sure he scored the first?
    I think you’re right there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by green with envy View Post
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    I tend not to check these up as I can't be arsed in my auld age. In saying that, I hope I'm right that the first game we played in the auld first division after getting relegated in '79, was away to Stirling Albion. The reason this one sticks out as a fair few Hibby's that day got stung with wasps. Myself included. Oh, I'm also sure Peter Cormack scored that same game.
    That was my first season following Hibs home and away. I forgot all about that game at the old Annfield. Happy days for a young lad and great memories.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 90+2 View Post
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    We should have hammered them at Tynie 2000 first game. Sauzee played sweeper for the first time, Agathe fell over, all the players had their hair dyed.
    Spot on. We looked like a proper team that day. Playing at Tynecastle without fear, the team looked confident in what they were doing. Came away disappointed not to win but pretty certain that good things were coming that season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by madabouthibs View Post
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    2-1 v Rangers, 1986, the "what a waste o money!!" game!
    For me too this was the best first game of the season. Fighting with Rangers/Chelsea fans behind our goal. The stupidity of youth 🤦🏻*♂️

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    0-1 Brian Kerr Tynecastle
    They’d sold Gordon to Sunderland that day
    Goal in under 3 minutes and a long 90 minutes


    That was a great night. One of the few good things Kerr did at Hibs.
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