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    @hibs.net private member Lancs Harp's Avatar
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    Still love Hibs

    Forever. We'll be back. Next stop Europe.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Lancs Harp View Post
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    Forever. We'll be back. Next stop Europe.

    I am very excited about getting back to Easter Road and a possible European trip. Lots to look forward to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lancs Harp View Post
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    Forever. We'll be back. Next stop Europe.

    Agreed .... we've been here before, lets just hope we learn from it on the park. As I've said before, it's fine to be an angry Hibby, it's fine to be a disappointed Hibby but while you are doing it you are still a Hibby and sticking by the club is what we do ... onwards and hopefully upwards

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    Of course, itís unconditional, despite how annoyed I am by yesterday.

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    Looking forward I am excited to be returning to Easter Road, European footballs and building on this seasons team.
    I have missed it and didn't really feel the pain many did yesterday due to the detachment of not being there and no crowd.

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    Too soon. I'll no doubt forgive them again in a bit like the complete mug that I am, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CMurdoch View Post
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    Looking forward I am excited to be returning to Easter Road, European footballs and building on this seasons team.
    I have missed it and didn't really feel the pain many did yesterday due to the detachment of not being there and no crowd.
    I'm intrigued to see how we invest the funds we get from selling Doig and Nisbet (and potentially Porteous and Boyle).

    Like you, I felt a little detached from it yesterday and it certainly wasn't a game that had the butterflies going, that said, I'm still angry at the team and staff for not showing anything near what they are capable of in the biggest game of the season for the team. I'm looking for a mentality shift, a change in style, and much better options for games - that means a bigger squad. Circumstances dictated a smaller squad this year, nothing could have prevented that. But Jack must know now that he cannot run with a squad of such low numbers.

    It's also a season where sentiment may have to be cast aside and players we have enjoyed and seen as great servants to the club moved on or loaned out to make space for a far more energetic team.

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    No doubt

    Just really can't be arsed with them for a bit. Yesterday was beyond bad. Will take a lot for this bunch to redeem themselves

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    I'm very optimistic Ron Gordon will bring good times to Hibs. I've a feeling he could be a ruthless bugger too so nobody safe if he thinks they're not up to the job.

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    We might lose 1 or 2 but if that happens I think the money should go into an attacking midfielder or two, the fact that we finished third, reached a Scottish Cup final and have players other teams want is a good sign, it would be much worse if no-one wanted any of our players, there is no reason why we can't have another good campaign next season.

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    I'm very optimistic Ron Gordon will bring good times to Hibs. I've a feeling he could be a ruthless bugger too so nobody safe if he thinks they're not up to the job.
    I am optimistic he will as well, but sadly its not entirely in his hands. If Rangers and Celtic are good sides again, both of them, our chances are extremely slim of winning something. Ron could do everything right and never get a better shot than yesterday to win something. Thats not to say we wont, but the club averages a major trophy every 15 years or so. To blow the chances we have this season is really rough. They are unlikely to just walk around again.

    Consistent league performance is something I think we will see. But I think it would take something big for us to win a cup in the next 5/10 years.

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    Hibs are bigger than the current manager, owner, group of players or coach driver. All of those people are transient, the fans are the one constant and it's us who ensure the club passes on to each new generation. Everyone else is nothing more than a custodian, whatever the legal status of their position.

    The concept of not loving Hibs is just alien to me, there is certainly no result on the park that could ever make me question that love. I'm quite glad to have a break from the club for a bit but come July or whenever the 1st game back is I'll be ready to go with everyone else.

    Hibs are an institution that is bigger than any result, performance or person. The love is unconditional.
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    Love the club unconditionally but this is up there with the most detached I’ve ever felt from them, don’t know if it’s simply because we’ve not been at the football for over a year or if it’s just the current incumbents. A dreary, dry, robotic manager and by and large a bunch of characterless, average and safe and steady players who on the showing of their performance yesterday and last nights antics could not give a ****. Boring.
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    We all do and never will stop till the day I die.

    I donít think Iíve endured a long exhausting season in a long time itís just a shame how itís ended after such a promising season.

    With the right in and outs it could be another long ride!

    GGTTH

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bangkok Hibby View Post
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    I'm very optimistic Ron Gordon will bring good times to Hibs. I've a feeling he could be a ruthless bugger too so nobody safe if he thinks they're not up to the job.
    Then Jack Ross shouldnít be around much longer at Hibs.

    ďOh oh but he finished 3rdĒ is the type of things said to defend is inability to win a trophy that any decent manager would have won at least one of this season.

    So letís hope he is ruthless.

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    Then Jack Ross shouldnít be around much longer at Hibs.

    ďOh oh but he finished 3rdĒ is the type of things said to defend is inability to win a trophy that any decent manager would have won at least one of this season.

    So letís hope he is ruthless.
    But only 2 managers in Scotland won a major trophy, 40 didn't. Should they all be punted?

    He wont punt Ross now. Trust me when I say, plenty of managers would've ****ed it up in the cups.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pretty Boy View Post
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    Hibs are bigger than the current manager, owner, group of players or coach driver. All of those people are transient, the fans are the one constant and it's us who ensure the club passes on to each new generation. Everyone else is nothing more than a custodian, whatever the legal status of their position.

    The concept of not loving Hibs is just alien to me, there is certainly no result on the park that could ever make me question that love. I'm quite glad to have a break from the club for a bit but come July or whenever the 1st game back is I'll be ready to go with everyone else.

    Hibs are an institution that is bigger than any result, performance or person. The love is unconditional.
    Well said

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pretty Boy View Post
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    Hibs are bigger than the current manager, owner, group of players or coach driver. All of those people are transient, the fans are the one constant and it's us who ensure the club passes on to each new generation. Everyone else is nothing more than a custodian, whatever the legal status of their position.

    The concept of not loving Hibs is just alien to me, there is certainly no result on the park that could ever make me question that love. I'm quite glad to have a break from the club for a bit but come July or whenever the 1st game back is I'll be ready to go with everyone else.

    Hibs are an institution that is bigger than any result, performance or person. The love is unconditional.

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    Iím angry with them. But I love them.

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    It's because I love Hibs that I sometimes hate them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pretty Boy View Post
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    Hibs are bigger than the current manager, owner, group of players or coach driver. All of those people are transient, the fans are the one constant and it's us who ensure the club passes on to each new generation. Everyone else is nothing more than a custodian, whatever the legal status of their position.

    The concept of not loving Hibs is just alien to me, there is certainly no result on the park that could ever make me question that love. I'm quite glad to have a break from the club for a bit but come July or whenever the 1st game back is I'll be ready to go with everyone else.

    Hibs are an institution that is bigger than any result, performance or person. The love is unconditional.
    We said, PB. Of course we all love the club, it's just they make it hard sometimes. Fans of every club have a lifelong relationship with them; it's an addiction that can't be overcome. Sometimes we say we hate them, but don't actually mean it, in the same we've all told a sibling we hate them, during an argument. The next day it's all forgotten. A lot of people are angry and are letting off steam.
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    If Hibs were my girlfriend then they would have been dumped long ago.
    Right now i hate Hibs.These fu◊◊◊◊s have caused me endless dissapointment in my 50 odd years.
    Derbies in the 80s when Robo smashed us countless times was bad. Thinking about it now, i should have walked away then. 🤔 But i didn't and probably never will.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pretty Boy View Post
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    Hibs are bigger than the current manager, owner, group of players or coach driver. All of those people are transient, the fans are the one constant and it's us who ensure the club passes on to each new generation. Everyone else is nothing more than a custodian, whatever the legal status of their position.

    The concept of not loving Hibs is just alien to me, there is certainly no result on the park that could ever make me question that love. I'm quite glad to have a break from the club for a bit but come July or whenever the 1st game back is I'll be ready to go with everyone else.

    Hibs are an institution that is bigger than any result, performance or person. The love is unconditional.
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