The Hibernian Miscellany

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History Press Limited, 2012 - Sports & Recreation - 144 pages
The Hibernian Miscellany—a book on the Hi-Bees like no other—is packed with facts, stats, trivia, stories and legends. From a European Cup semi-final to near extinction (more than once), from beating Barcelona and Real Madrid to losing to Stranraer and Edinburgh City, it's all here. Classic matches, the men who played for both Hibs and Hearts, nearly going out of business less than two years after winning the Scottish Cup, famous fans such as Dougray Scott, they all have a story to tell. The record wins, defeats, attendances, and plenty of facts about the club are listed in great detail, plus the answer to many questions such as what links Alan Hansen and George Burley to Hibs, and just what happened the famous night that Hibs knocked Barcelona out of the Fairs Cup. Also featured are a wide range of statistics, quotes and biographies from the club's history, making it a must for any fan. Can you really afford not to own a copy?

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About the author (2012)

Bobby Sinnet is a lifelong Hibs fan and has set up a fan site and contributed articles to several others and fanzines. He has also started compiling a full online statistical history of the club.

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