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  1. Pick It Out Episode 3- 'Cut that Bit out!' This time on Pick it Out I'm joined by Martin Melly from the Celtic podcast '20 Minute ****'. Martin and I talk Celtic in Europe so far this season, Betfred cup semi finals, how good Louis Moult is and look back at players to play for both Rangers and Celtic. Shall post links to Itunes, Acast, Soundcloud and Mixcloud here P.S Apologies for the comically bad editing at the end of the episode was doing it last night because I did't think I would have time the rest of the week https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/pick-it-out-podcast/id1295679025?mt=2&i=1000393967208 https://www.mixcloud.com/harveya95/cut-that-bit-out/ https://www.acast.com/pickitout/cut-that-bit-out
  2. Tough draw for us but could be a cracking game if we are on form going into it. Hope we can win but expect Aberdeen will win.
  3. Hey A young lad from Edinburgh, Cameron Armstrong, passed away the other day. At just 19, his was life cruelly ended by cancer. He was a Hibs fan and also played for Falkirk at youth level. His young sister also passed away in January, there's details of the sad story on the Just Giving page https://www.justgiving.com/CameronArmstrong/ This was really to spread the word to Hibs and Falkirk fans to get together for a minutes applause in the 19th minute at the Scottish Cup semi final on Saturday. I'm very sure it would comfort Cameron's family a little in this very difficult time. Cheers
  4. Supporters Direct Scotland (SDS) has confirmed it is to begin consultation with Hibernian supporters. This follows contact from various groups, including Forever Hibernian and many individual fans regarding the possibility of community ownership for their club. The initial consultation will be through an online survey that will ascertain the views of the Hibernian supporters on the long term aspirations they have for their club and to ascertain if there is an appetite to explore community ownership models. Paul Goodwin Head of Supporters Direct Scotland, said: “We are being contacted by many trusts and supporters from across Scotland now who are keen to look at increasing fan and community ownership for their clubs. They have the confidence to look at the longer term future of their clubs and can see the benefits of community ownership to provide that platform as well as assisting the succession planning at their clubs. “The Hibernian supporter survey will seek to get the opinions of as many fans as possible before we conduct a series of meetings and workshops with them in the coming weeks. With so much speculation surrounding other bids for the club from outside parties in the recent weeks this gives Hibs fans opportunity to express their own views on the future governance of their club.” You can complete the survey here
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