HIBS boss John Hughes admitted a trip to Ibrox, the backyard of the Scottish champions, would pose his side many questions despite, if you were prepared to believe the merchants of doom and gloom, Rangers being in crisis following their Champions League humiliation by Romanian minnows Unirea Urziceni.
UTILITY man, it's a sobriquet which would make many a player bridle with indignation, the underlying suggestion being he's a jack-of-all-trades but the master of none.
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HIBS kid David Wotherspoon today admitted to being surprised at just how much pre-season action he's enjoyed, but insisted it's convinced him he has what it takes to make it at Easter Road.
HIBS boss John Hughes believes he has Hibs heading in the right direction but he's the first to admit the Easter Road outfit have a long, long way to go before he'll even begin to be satisfied.
IT may not quite match, at least in terms of numbers, the gathering in Holyrood Park at the weekend to mark the Year of Homecoming, but there will be no doubting the warmth of the welcome Hibs kid Kurtis Byrne will receive when he runs out at the Tallaght Stadium tonight.
DELVE into the history books and you'll find no record of Hibs having ever played Belfast club Glentoran, their first opponents in this weekend's mini-tour of the Emerald Isle.
HIBS today appealed to season ticket holders not planning to go to Sunday's clash with Rangers to sell their tickets back to the club to help supporters desperate to see the game.
EVERTON manager David Moyes is looking forward to another clash with one of his former clubs in the third round of the Carling Cup.
PERHAPS the moron who threw his pie at assistant referee Francis Andrews during Sunday’s match between Hibs and Celtic would care to consider the punishment meted out by UEFA to Roma.
THE concept of the Festival Cup was an imaginative one, an ambitious attempt to integrate the Capital’s top two football clubs into the annual jamboree of the arts.
THE two Jimmys, Calderwood and Nicholl, know exactly what sort of reception they’ll get when they return to East End Park for the first time after swapping Dunfermline for Aberdeen.
MOST offices have one and the pub wouldn’t be complete without one, a fantasy football league that is.
THERE’S no doubting we’ll be very lucky to see another Henrik Larsson gracing Scottish football in our lifetimes, the Swedish ace’s record of 242 goals in just 315 matches reason enough for him to go down as one of the game’s true greats.
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