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Hibs v Killie, Sat 15 Sept, KO 3.00pm
#1
Well this is a very important match for Hibs at a time when we must get "back on track" and start winning league matches after an awful defeat v Livy. Lenny has the privilege of having to choose from almost a full quota of available players and I wanna see his perceived strongest line up pushing on "from the off".
I'd like to see this Hibs team starting the game:

Laidlaw
Gray McGregor Hanlon Stevo
Milligan
Boyle Mallan Horgan
Kamberi McLaren

They have strengthened and will "fancy their chances" v Hibs. We must also beware of O'Donnell on our left flank. I wanna see us nullify their challenge with aplomb!

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https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/45456587
FT and a 3-2 Hibs win in another "thriller" of a match at ER after Hibs taking a 2-0 lead and what a sublime 30 yard strike by Stevie Mallan from that direct free kick. Losing those two goals is a concern but one has to study Neil's starting line up to appreciate why that happened esp with Efe in there. IMO we have a much stronger team than that one. Anyway, job done and what a valuable 3 pts to put us "back on track" + Hibs unbeaten home record intact.

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#3
We are definitely getting value for money from our season tickets thats for sure!

Hibs up to 5th,the squad is starting look better and hopefully taking shape. I'm still not totally sure about hyndman though, i think slivka is a better option. On the plus side agyepong looks decent.

Some of our defending was a bit ropey today too, certainly thought efe 'got away with one' when he brought down the killie player in the box. Still job done against a very good kilmarnock side.
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Agreed re Hyndman. I'd rather have kept Swanny than bring in Hyndman TBH! I don't rate him after watching his mid contributions in three matches up to now. Also I gather that we didn't get off that Livingston pitch unscathed after all! Paul Hanlon's hamstring "done in" by that shit artificial pitch! Hence Neil's choice of defence. It also looks like Boyly has emulated him with a pulled hamstring in the 1st half!! Rolleyes I don't wanna see too many injuries accumulating and "messing" Neil about with his team choice.
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