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The only significant advantage Hibs would have against Asteras is that the Greek league doesn't start again until late August.

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Been at Runavik so here’s a shameless plug for my blog. Only about 3 miles from Toftir where Berti’s heroes scraped a 2-2 draw.

Jealous.

Moving the Goalposts

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2 hours ago, newcastle broon said:

Anybody booked up faroes or took chance wi tripolis yet  ?

Waiting to see if we get past the first round first then book up Greece. 

 

Edited by Eoin Doyle

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If Hibs make it to Greece i'll be going to this as i'll be fairly close to Tripoli at the time. Hoping to see more than the 300 sweetie rustlers Hearts mustered for AEK in 2006. 

Asteras will be decent, they'll hog the ball and try to make the game painfully slow. There's a slight glimmer of hope for Hibs in that Asteras seem to have had a quite a high turnover of players in pre-season - maybe they won't be ready. 

Tripoli is a bit of a hole, but the surrounding area is really nice.

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Booked Greece Tuesday night to Saturday, so if we don’t make it it will just be a sesh for the boys 

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Didn’t realise Hibs’ record in Europe was so bad from around 1979 onwards 

Great chance to right some wrongs, I think you’ll get past the Greek mob 

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On 21/06/2018 at 16:38, The Mantis said:

Been at Runavik so here’s a shameless plug for my blog. Only about 3 miles from Toftir where Berti’s heroes scraped a 2-2 draw.

Jealous.

Moving the Goalposts

I see it’s actually Toftir you’re playing at.

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Is this game only on Hibs TV International, and if so, is that as "difficult" to access here as Aberdeen's equivalent?

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How much is it to get in tonight. Might wander round if not too expensive. 

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Good luck to Hibs for tonight,  I hope you get a comfortable win and clean sheet so the return leg is a straight forward affair.

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Good luck Hibs! 

GGTTH 

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Nothing against the team from the Faroe Islands but I hope Hibs can win comfortably.  Will be keeping an eye on this game

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