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    Longbangers 86: The Hibs Are Here

    Longbangers 86: The Hibs Are Here
    Were joined by @TheHibsAreHere to discuss:
    ✅Miller to the Millennium
    ✅90s nostalgia
    ✅Hibs v Hamilton
    ✅Kevin Nisbet and Josh Doig

    And more, great episode tonight, if we say so ourselves!

    https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcas...s/id1474463560

    https://open.spotify.com/episode/09A...RuiN7A5seBuhrw

    https://anchor.fm/longbangers/episod...re-Here-eqr1gp

    YouTube will be available later


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    Splendid show again tonight. Thanks to everyone involved. Will pre order the book,which sounds great.

    BIG G

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    Quote Originally Posted by GORDONSMITH7 View Post
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    Splendid show again tonight. Thanks to everyone involved. Will pre order the book,which sounds great.

    BIG G
    Thanks Big G, and also for putting us in touch with Ian.

    It was a good show to record, really interesting and nice thinking back to the Hibs teams that I grew up with.

    Hoping the YouTube video is up and running soon.
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    It was an interesting point about Doidge that John (I think?) made. Hes not been as prolific as last year (looks from soccer base that hes got 7 goals) but his all round play and contribution can be a bit overlooked. Everytime I watch us hes on the ball a lot more than previously, maybe just because the balls being moved through the thirds a bit quicker.

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    Heres the YouTube link (now working fine):
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    Quote Originally Posted by hibsbollah View Post
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    It was an interesting point about Doidge that John (I think?) made. Hes not been as prolific as last year (looks from soccer base that hes got 7 goals) but his all round play and contribution can be a bit overlooked. Everytime I watch us hes on the ball a lot more than previously, maybe just because the balls being moved through the thirds a bit quicker.
    Doidge is an absolute menace to defences, you watch how they try to deal with him and how that opens up play for others. Very valuable member of the team.
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    That first half hour is an absolute nostalgia-fest for me. As yet another 43 year old that period in the 90s was the time in my life when my enthusiasm for Hibs at its most intense, in that almost all-encompassing way you get in your mid- to late-teens/early 20s. Clearly football is still more important than it probably should be, but its never quite the same once dull grown up ***** gets involved so the memories from back then are probably clearer than a lot of more recent seasons. Great stuff and I'm really looking forward to reading Ian's book.

    Fair play to Jim Duffy as well. If I was him I'd probably want to forget all about that time.

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    Will definitely be ordering this book - looking forward to it (although dreading lots of it too, such were the 90s for hibs!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by G15 Hibs View Post
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    That first half hour is an absolute nostalgia-fest for me. As yet another 43 year old that period in the 90s was the time in my life when my enthusiasm for Hibs at its most intense, in that almost all-encompassing way you get in your mid- to late-teens/early 20s. Clearly football is still more important than it probably should be, but its never quite the same once dull grown up ***** gets involved so the memories from back then are probably clearer than a lot of more recent seasons. Great stuff and I'm really looking forward to reading Ian's book.

    Fair play to Jim Duffy as well. If I was him I'd probably want to forget all about that time.
    It was brilliant, could talk all day about that era.

    I thought the same about Jim Duffy, would have been very easy for him to have just said "not interested" and left it at that. Will look forward to reading things from his perspective. I don't suppose anyone means to fail at a club, so will be good to read what went wrong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by G15 Hibs View Post
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    That first half hour is an absolute nostalgia-fest for me. As yet another 43 year old that period in the 90s was the time in my life when my enthusiasm for Hibs at its most intense, in that almost all-encompassing way you get in your mid- to late-teens/early 20s. Clearly football is still more important than it probably should be, but its never quite the same once dull grown up ***** gets involved so the memories from back then are probably clearer than a lot of more recent seasons. Great stuff and I'm really looking forward to reading Ian's book.

    Fair play to Jim Duffy as well. If I was him I'd probably want to forget all about that time.
    Well put amigo. Thousands of Hibs fans out there of a similar age to you and memories.

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    It was an interesting point about Doidge that John (I think?) made. Hes not been as prolific as last year (looks from soccer base that hes got 7 goals) but his all round play and contribution can be a bit overlooked. Everytime I watch us hes on the ball a lot more than previously, maybe just because the balls being moved through the thirds a bit quicker.
    Aye, that was me. One of those rare nuggets...!

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