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With Hearts' manager hunt now starting to take months, rather than weeks, and with Livingston on a 4-game losing streak, it seems that neither set of clinically depressed fans is able to work up the willpower or initiative to startt up the match thread for two days hence. Fear not, what with our new manager bounce and our 10-game unbeaten streak, morale is high amongst the P&B Hibs bois, and we have that little bit of extra energy and enthusiasm to help our less fortunate Lothian Brethren out in their time of need. Hibs were founded as a charitable venture, after all.

As to the match, on Livingston's end, their top goalscorer, Dykes, looks to be fit and working again, and their secret anti-Hearts weapon, Marvin Bartley, will  be on hand to ragdoll any Jambos foolish enough to set foot beyond the halfway line. Meanwhile, Hearts' top goalscorer, Christophe Berra o.g., is also likely to be on the pitch, providing that extra added goal threat that could well tip the balance in Livi's favour.  The one consolation for the Hearts fans is that there's a good chance Berra will pick up a sixth yellow card this time, and provide some respite for the Hearts goalmouth in upcoming games.

Can't see beyond an away win here. 0-2 (Dykes, Berra o.g.)

 

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23 minutes ago, Aim Here said:

With Hearts' manager hunt now starting to take months, rather than weeks, and with Livingston on a 4-game losing streak, it seems that neither set of clinically depressed fans is able to work up the willpower or initiative to startt up the match thread for two days hence. Fear not, what with our new manager bounce and our 10-game unbeaten streak, morale is high amongst the P&B Hibs bois, and we have that little bit of extra energy and enthusiasm to help our less fortunate Lothian Brethren out in their time of need. Hibs were founded as a charitable venture, after all.

As to the match, on Livingston's end, their top goalscorer, Dykes, looks to be fit and working again, and their secret anti-Hearts weapon, Marvin Bartley, will  be on hand to ragdoll any Jambos foolish enough to set foot beyond the halfway line. Meanwhile, Hearts' top goalscorer, Christophe Berra o.g., is also likely to be on the pitch, providing that extra added goal threat that could well tip the balance in Livi's favour.  The one consolation for the Hearts fans is that there's a good chance Berra will pick up a sixth yellow card this time, and provide some respite for the Hearts goalmouth in upcoming games.

Can't see beyond an away win here. 0-2 (Dykes, Berra o.g.)

 

We drew 0-0 at the weekend to continue our losing streak. Bartley got taken off through injury so doubt he’ll be fit for this.  Hearts are unbelievably shite, and we must have the worst away record in the country over the past 2 seasons so f*ck knows how this game will turn out. 

Edited by Menga Bus

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Expecting this to be a really good and enjoyable game...

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As long as someone cripples that c**t Berra at some point in the game I couldnt really care less.
Only he and Scott Allan have really grinded my gears this season so far.
Bartley to 2 foot Berra, get away with a warning and Berra out for the next 17 years. Halkett refuses to play for the new manager and comes back in January.

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25 minutes ago, LogieLivi said:

As long as someone cripples that c**t Berra at some point in the game I couldnt really care less.
Only he and Scott Allan have really grinded my gears this season so far.
Bartley to 2 foot Berra, get away with a warning and Berra out for the next 17 years. Halkett refuses to play for the new manager and comes back in January.

Not with Greg Aitken in charge he wont. Hope we're practicing playing with 10 men for this game.

 

Besides, i'd rather keep Berra on the pitch, he's shite.

Edited by LIVIFOREVER

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The fact I’m seriously contemplating shelling out £29 to go to this just goes to show the heroin-like qualities of Scottish football.

Surely even Hearts aren’t that shite that they can’t beat us at home?

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Bartley, Crawford and Lawson all doubts and added to our ever growing injury list, wonder if Souda will get a game now. Holt was joking about getting his boots back on a few weeks back, might not be kidding about it now.

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18 hours ago, Aim Here said:

With Hearts' manager hunt now starting to take months, rather than weeks, and with Livingston on a 4-game losing streak, it seems that neither set of clinically depressed fans is able to work up the willpower or initiative to startt up the match thread for two days hence. Fear not, what with our new manager bounce and our 10-game unbeaten streak, morale is high amongst the P&B Hibs bois, and we have that little bit of extra energy and enthusiasm to help our less fortunate Lothian Brethren out in their time of need. Hibs were founded as a charitable venture, after all.

As to the match, on Livingston's end, their top goalscorer, Dykes, looks to be fit and working again, and their secret anti-Hearts weapon, Marvin Bartley, will  be on hand to ragdoll any Jambos foolish enough to set foot beyond the halfway line. Meanwhile, Hearts' top goalscorer, Christophe Berra o.g., is also likely to be on the pitch, providing that extra added goal threat that could well tip the balance in Livi's favour.  The one consolation for the Hearts fans is that there's a good chance Berra will pick up a sixth yellow card this time, and provide some respite for the Hearts goalmouth in upcoming games.

Can't see beyond an away win here. 0-2 (Dykes, Berra o.g.)

 

What a sad act you are.

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Hoping our players will show a vast improvement from Sunday, if not to impress a watching Stendel then at least for personal pride after embarrassing themselves.

Narrow and unconvincing Hearts win. 2-1 with us gifting another shocking goal away.

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Hoping our players will show a vast improvement from Sunday, if not to impress a watching Stendel then at least for personal pride after embarrassing themselves.
Narrow and unconvincing Hearts win. 2-1 with us gifting another shocking goal away.


Has Berra scored at both ends before now?

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On 02/12/2019 at 15:34, Aim Here said:

With Hearts' manager hunt now starting to take months, rather than weeks, and with Livingston on a 4-game losing streak, it seems that neither set of clinically depressed fans is able to work up the willpower or initiative to startt up the match thread for two days hence. Fear not, what with our new manager bounce and our 10-game unbeaten streak, morale is high amongst the P&B Hibs bois, and we have that little bit of extra energy and enthusiasm to help our less fortunate Lothian Brethren out in their time of need. Hibs were founded as a charitable venture, after all.

As to the match, on Livingston's end, their top goalscorer, Dykes, looks to be fit and working again, and their secret anti-Hearts weapon, Marvin Bartley, will  be on hand to ragdoll any Jambos foolish enough to set foot beyond the halfway line. Meanwhile, Hearts' top goalscorer, Christophe Berra o.g., is also likely to be on the pitch, providing that extra added goal threat that could well tip the balance in Livi's favour.  The one consolation for the Hearts fans is that there's a good chance Berra will pick up a sixth yellow card this time, and provide some respite for the Hearts goalmouth in upcoming games.

Can't see beyond an away win here. 0-2 (Dykes, Berra o.g.)

 

6-1 win for Livingston. Christoph Berra Hattrick. 

Hickey to have yet another absolute shocker and completely stamp out any of the previous myths he was some kind of footballer.

Edited by AberdeenHibee

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4 hours ago, AberdeenHibee said:

6-1 win for Livingston. Christoph Berra Hattrick. 

Hickey to have yet another absolute shocker and completely stamp out any of the previous myths he was some kind of footballer.

I was buying something at the bakery bit of M&S one morning shorty after the Hickey's deflected derby winner. He arrived there too and, given this rising star athlete status, I was curious as to what he would be eating before training: 2 sugar ring doughnuts. Got to celebrate somehow I suppose.

Edited by crispy

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On 02/12/2019 at 17:09, LiviLion said:

0-0 2-0 Hearts; one of the goals coming from a penalty for a 50/50 outside the box, and Marvin Bartley sent off for making an interception.

Amended upon people pointing out Greg Aitken is ref for this.

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