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    Quote Originally Posted by Since452 View Post
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    I was going to wear my thistle handled Sgian Dubh to go with my Hibs tartan kilt at a wedding next week but now i know a thistle has nothing to do with Hibs i'll feel like a complete dugs dinner wearing it.
    You're okay because, even if it never did, IT DOES NOW!

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    https://t.co/l4SbaHfA1P?amp=1 Dunno if that has copied properly bubba really good interview with Greg McEwan. 3rd most lucrative strip deal in Scotland.

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    Quote Originally Posted by weecounty hibby View Post
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    https://t.co/l4SbaHfA1P?amp=1 Dunno if that has copied properly bubba really good interview with Greg McEwan. 3rd most lucrative strip deal in Scotland.
    It's good to see the change in mindset under Ron Gordon. There seems to be a more aggressive/ambitious culture at board room level.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peevemor View Post
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    It's good to see the change in mindset under Ron Gordon. There seems to be a more aggressive/ambitious culture at board room level.
    Iím excited by whatís coming out at board level now.

    Despite what our pink chums across the way might think, it would be so very Hearts to put a map of the city in which you reside and deliberately not include your neighbours, therefore not including some of your own fans on the top you want them to buy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by weecounty hibby View Post
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    https://t.co/l4SbaHfA1P?amp=1 Dunno if that has copied properly bubba really good interview with Greg McEwan. 3rd most lucrative strip deal in Scotland.
    Greg McEwan is certainly impressing in his interim role as CEO. With a background in marketing/comms he may lack the strategic management experience to be the CEO but I wonder if that is so important now we have an owner keen to be involved in driving the strategy of the club.

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    Quote Originally Posted by .Sean. View Post
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    Bottle green with fur like tassels? Iíve got this very scarf in my collection and youíre right. Iíll dig it out,
    im sure there may even have been a lion rampant on it too
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    Thistle dating back to I believe this is late 50ís/ early 60ís, it was a gift to me from a family friend.
    ''It's always been just part of the culture. Growing up, for most working-class kids, is all about football, music or clothes. You might not have much money, but whatever you have got, you're going to look good.'' - Paul Weller

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    Quote Originally Posted by .Sean. View Post
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    Thistle dating back to I believe this is late 50ís/ early 60ís, it was a gift to me from a family friend.
    Thatís brilliant, great gift 👍

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    Thistle dating back to I believe this is late 50ís/ early 60ís, it was a gift to me from a family friend.
    Minted mate, what a treasure 👍

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    Quote Originally Posted by .Sean. View Post
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    Thistle dating back to I believe this is late 50ís/ early 60ís, it was a gift to me from a family friend.
    I have that very scarf as well. Also have a silk one with the same badge on it

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    Quote Originally Posted by weecounty hibby View Post
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    I have that very scarf as well. Also have a silk one with the same badge on it
    Do you know much about its history?
    ''It's always been just part of the culture. Growing up, for most working-class kids, is all about football, music or clothes. You might not have much money, but whatever you have got, you're going to look good.'' - Paul Weller

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    Quote Originally Posted by .Sean. View Post
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    Do you know much about its history?
    They were given to me by my uncle who was a regular watching Hibs from the early sixties. Don't know much more than that to be honest. He also have me literally hundreds of programmes including all of the big European ones, loads of Scotland ones too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EI255 View Post
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    Don't like the thistle. Not Hibernian.
    If anything it should be a shamrock or harp. But that aside, it's a jolly decent kit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by poolman View Post
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    You for real ?
    Donít. Youíll be accused of being anti-Irish.


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    Quote Originally Posted by poolman View Post
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    You for real ?
    Iím late to this thread and think the top looks superb. The only thing that would make it even better is a white collar.

    As for the running debate or discussionÖ. We are a Scottish club with Irish roots. Harp on the badge and thistle on the back. Sorted.

    Shamrock has no place whatsoever on our tops! My opinion mind!


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    Thistle dating back to I believe this is late 50ís/ early 60ís, it was a gift to me from a family friend.
    Almost brought me to tears. Thatís the very scarf and matching tie I had in 1966/67. I so wish I had taken greater care of them. Thanks for the memories.. Thistle and all 😢

    Edit: did bring me to genuine tears. So many memories from those and subsequent years. REALLY appreciate that you have saved that
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    Quote Originally Posted by CentreLine View Post
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    Almost brought me to tears. Thatís the very scarf and matching tie I had in 1966/67. I so wish I had taken greater care of them. Thanks for the memories.. Thistle and all 😢

    Edit: did bring me to genuine tears. So many memories from those and subsequent years. REALLY appreciate that you have saved that
    More than happy to reunite you with it for a bit if youíd like mate

    Unfortunately Iím no longer in touch with the guy who gave me the scarf - I did however (unfortunately for me maybe!) wear it religiously during the period I was home and away every week which embarrassingly enough coincided with my wannabe Paul Weller/ Beady Eye mod without a scooter phase - the pictures are atrocious from maybe late 2010-2014 but it seen plenty Hibs action!

    Ive been after a bit of background information regarding the scarf for years. Who made them, if they were popular at the time, where theyíd have been sold etc so anything you can help me out with will be very much appreciated! 🇳🇬
    ''It's always been just part of the culture. Growing up, for most working-class kids, is all about football, music or clothes. You might not have much money, but whatever you have got, you're going to look good.'' - Paul Weller

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    From a distance I think it looks good (the collar is excellent) although an aesthetic point of view I've never liked designs woven into a strip. I'd prefer it just to be plain green. However, I get the need for marketing gimmicks and this launch has been impressively handled. I think it will sell really well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by .Sean. View Post
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    More than happy to reunite you with it for a bit if youíd like mate

    Unfortunately Iím no longer in touch with the guy who gave me the scarf - I did however (unfortunately for me maybe!) wear it religiously during the period I was home and away every week which embarrassingly enough coincided with my wannabe Paul Weller/ Beady Eye mod without a scooter phase - the pictures are atrocious from maybe late 2010-2014 but it seen plenty Hibs action!

    Ive been after a bit of background information regarding the scarf for years. Who made them, if they were popular at the time, where theyíd have been sold etc so anything you can help me out with will be very much appreciated! 🇳🇬
    Too many emotional beers for me last night. Must be out of practice 🤣 itís a long time since a scarf that size would fit me but will always have great memories arriving at ER from the age of 7 in 1966. Bus in from Dalkeith with my brother and older cousin and that walk from the bus station to the ground always seemed longer on the way. The programme sellers that dotted the route from the corner of London Road/Easter Road and the same guy on the post at the end of Crawford Bridge. Then the scarves and rosettes being sold outside. My rosette had to be renewed every time we went despite my best efforts to keep them safe as part of the bedroom wall display. And the ever increasing density of pipe and cigarette smoke the closer you got to the turnstiles.
    Through the turnstile (I only ever remember being lifted over once) and a race to our spot at the wall on the centre line. ( hence the name I use on here).
    Enjoying the game and checking off the half time scores on the programme.
    After the game the walk back to the bus station took just long enough for the Pink News to arrive at the kiosk and the excitement big checking out the report and especially the pictures of the match. Then that endless bus journey on the smoke filled bus back to Dalkeith. All that for less than a pound.

    The scarves like yours were readily available in sports shops and with the sellers outside the games. No idea who made them but because the tie also had the same design and badge Iím thinking there must have been some endorsement from the club.

    Thanks for the memories and maybe I need to spend less time on the strong ales at Stewarts Brewery on a Friday night. 🤣

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peevemor View Post
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    Ure joking?
    I dont think so, it would look slick.

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    Why the fuss over the thistle, the ball and crown badge depicts the thistle and was on our badge a few years ago, sorry dont know how to do pics

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aldo View Post
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    Iím late to this thread and think the top looks superb. The only thing that would make it even better is a white collar.

    As for the running debate or discussionÖ. We are a Scottish club with Irish roots. Harp on the badge and thistle on the back. Sorted.

    Shamrock has no place whatsoever on our tops! My opinion mind!


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    I agree.

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    Oh no, have hibs instigated another round of what we are again? Canít we just be a Scottish club with Irish roots? Damn it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Calmbegbie View Post
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    Oh no, have hibs instigated another round of what we are again? Canít we just be a Scottish club with Irish roots? Damn it
    Hibs havenít!


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    Wonder when the third and away kit will be shown.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AliboyFC View Post
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    Wonder when the third and away kit will be shown.
    The map of Dublin should be good 😉
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moulin Yarns View Post
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    The map of Dublin should be good 😉
    With erin go bragh in big writing on the back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AliboyFC View Post
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    With erin go bragh in big writing on the back.
    Under the 4 leafed clover 🍀😉
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    Quote Originally Posted by AliboyFC View Post
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    Wonder when the third and away kit will be shown.
    Itís a Google maps screenshot of the route from Edinburgh to Dublin.
    A great day out ruined by the football

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jones28 View Post
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    Itís a Google maps screenshot of the route from Edinburgh to Dublin.
    Green white & gold hoops with FTQ embroidered between the shoulder blades.

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    Hibs havenít!


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