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    Think its sunk in. Welling up watching that.


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    Quote Originally Posted by marinello59 View Post
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    One of those games after which you you wake up the next morning and your first thought is Did that really happen.
    To share that whole experience with family and friends was perfect. Like others here my throat is like sandpaper today and Ill be finding new bruises for days to come. Football at its best, nothing else comes close.

    That's how I felt actually at the game.

    Going by the bemused look on people's faces when Hibs were awarded the penalty, I wasn't the only one.


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    I genuinely think that yesterday was the post covid, defining moment when the fans reconnected with the club after all the interruptions and time away from the stadiums etc.

    Id love to see all the fans make a collective effort to recreate the atmosphere inside Easter Road and equally at the rest of the away games.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JXM73 View Post
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    I think I spotted myself in there

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    As Id posted on a previous thread last night: yesterday was without doubt one of the best Hibs supports I have ever had the pleasure to be apart of. The team were terrific but I have no doubts whatsoever that result wasnt insured by the outstanding backing we had.


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    Quote Originally Posted by H18 SFR View Post
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    I genuinely think that yesterday was the post covid, defining moment when the fans reconnected with the club after all the interruptions and time away from the stadiums etc.

    Id love to see all the fans make a collective effort to recreate the atmosphere inside Easter Road and equally at the rest of the away games.
    Agree.

    It will go down as one of the very best hibs days for certain.

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    Well done to all of you there yesterday. You really were the 12th man!!

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    Gutted I couldnt be there First Hampden trip I have missed in over 50 years Seen all the humiliations and poor results
    But sitting in a bar full of mainly Huns being the only person to get excited when hibs scored partly made up for it
    But well done to all those who made the trip and backed the team


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    There is absolutely no doubt our support spurred the team on yesterday. The team did their bit by giving us the early goal and it was bedlam from then on in. You could see the players reaction at the end what it meant and it was reciprocated.

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