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38 minutes ago, Leith Green said:

I said after the re-signing mess that I think he will be YPOTY and it was only half tongue in cheek.

He's only about 20, and should improve however the proof will be in the pudding.

I think we could see a different player this season. 

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Club owners deserved scrutinised more than probably any other business. 

These are generally guys that want to run a club as a business that profits from consumers but want consumers to act like loyal lemmings. 

Folk like Gordon’s business acumen is welcome to the league, a bit like cormack, but they need absolutely telt when they go off on their own path. 

Clubs need to be run commercially, yes, but the noise and shite from fans helps keep a balance. Aye, sometimes a lot of it is nonsense but these guys being held accountable is no bad thing. 

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19 minutes ago, Dons_1988 said:

Club owners deserved scrutinised more than probably any other business. 

These are generally guys that want to run a club as a business that profits from consumers but want consumers to act like loyal lemmings. 

Folk like Gordon’s business acumen is welcome to the league, a bit like cormack, but they need absolutely telt when they go off on their own path. 

Clubs need to be run commercially, yes, but the noise and shite from fans helps keep a balance. Aye, sometimes a lot of it is nonsense but these guys being held accountable is no bad thing. 

Sensible post.

Unacceptable, imo

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27 minutes ago, Dons_1988 said:

Club owners deserved scrutinised more than probably any other business. 

These are generally guys that want to run a club as a business that profits from consumers but want consumers to act like loyal lemmings. 

Folk like Gordon’s business acumen is welcome to the league, a bit like cormack, but they need absolutely telt when they go off on their own path. 

Clubs need to be run commercially, yes, but the noise and shite from fans helps keep a balance. Aye, sometimes a lot of it is nonsense but these guys being held accountable is no bad thing. 

 

7 minutes ago, Leith Green said:

Sensible post.

Unacceptable, imo

Agreed, I’m all for noise and shite. Sometimes it even happens in tandem. 

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3 minutes ago, Leith Green said:

Sensible post.

Unacceptable, imo

Will return soon to noise you up about Martin Boyle fulfilling his dream of finally playing for his boyhood/a big club. 

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37 minutes ago, Dons_1988 said:

Club owners deserved scrutinised more than probably any other business. 

These are generally guys that want to run a club as a business that profits from consumers but want consumers to act like loyal lemmings. 

Folk like Gordon’s business acumen is welcome to the league, a bit like cormack, but they need absolutely telt when they go off on their own path. 

Clubs need to be run commercially, yes, but the noise and shite from fans helps keep a balance. Aye, sometimes a lot of it is nonsense but these guys being held accountable is no bad thing. 

No offence mate but what business have you ever ran?  Have you ever ran surveys either? 

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9 minutes ago, Dons_1988 said:

Will return soon to noise you up about Martin Boyle fulfilling his dream of finally playing for his boyhood/a big club. 

That would be totally unacceptable. 

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14 hours ago, Hoose Rice said:

Mikey Johnston loan - now we’re talking.  

Really? I honestly don’t think he’d improve our starting 11. Can’t beat a man and his end product is poor. Got a bit of pace but also has an injury record that rivals Magennis’. 

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14 hours ago, Hoose Rice said:

No offence mate but what business have you ever ran?  Have you ever ran surveys either? 

Ooooh OW!!! ouch owwww oooooh...ohhh the pain of barbs hath verily wounded me. 😆

I agree with your other post though. Here's to a more than decent season and I sincerely hope your defeatist ways are 100% incorrect. 

Starting on Saturday.

What's everyone's first choice XI for Saturday?

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15 hours ago, Dons_1988 said:

Club owners deserved scrutinised more than probably any other business. 

These are generally guys that want to run a club as a business that profits from consumers but want consumers to act like loyal lemmings. 

Folk like Gordon’s business acumen is welcome to the league, a bit like cormack, but they need absolutely telt when they go off on their own path. 

Clubs need to be run commercially, yes, but the noise and shite from fans helps keep a balance. Aye, sometimes a lot of it is nonsense but these guys being held accountable is no bad thing. 

What's this measured pish?

Ronanov IN IMO!

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3 hours ago, Hibee_Hibernian said:

Really? I honestly don’t think he’d improve our starting 11. Can’t beat a man and his end product is poor. Got a bit of pace but also has an injury record that rivals Magennis’. 

Mcgeady is out for months so we need someone in.  

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16 minutes ago, Hoose Rice said:

Mcgeady is out for months so we need someone in.  

Aye, I did say those Norwich boys were a bit "robust"🙄 - broken toe, 6-12 weeks.

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10 minutes ago, Leith Green said:

Aye, I did say those Norwich boys were a bit "robust"🙄 - broken toe, 6-12 weeks.

Dull one eh?  Genuinely thought he would excel against hearts and the ****. 

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4 hours ago, Tommy Tappin said:

Ooooh OW!!! ouch owwww oooooh...ohhh the pain of barbs hath verily wounded me. 😆

I agree with your other post though. Here's to a more than decent season and I sincerely hope your defeatist ways are 100% incorrect. 

Starting on Saturday.

What's everyone's first choice XI for Saturday?

No idea what the team will be mate.  Its a bit of a lottery at the moment and that at this stage of the season/pre season is far from ideal.   We've only had since April when Maloney was punted and bottom 6 confirmed after all.  We have the opposite of a settled team.

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Hibs have suffered a major injury blow before the start of the Scottish Premiership season, with Aiden McGeady facing up to 12 weeks on the sidelines.

Branding the situation ‘disappointing’, Johnson added: "He's going to be out for a sustained period of time. It's hard to put a timescale on it but it's going to be minimum six weeks, although it probably averages about 10 weeks.

"I'm disappointed for Aiden; he's worked extremely hard to get back to a level of fitness that is capable of performing at Premiership level and unfortunately this has happened.

"It's not ideal but it's why you have a squad. Somebody else has got to fill that void on a leadership level and a performance level. 
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