Saturday, December 23, 2006

Hibs 5-1 St Mirren

Now that I have received the necessary coaching, I am able to pass on the exploits of Hibernians SPL exploits again.

Us Hibees supporters were a bit down this last fortnight after back to back defeats to Rangers (3-0) and Falkirk (2-1). The Rangers game was the worst one as Hibs just did not turn up, Falkirk battled hard but by all accounts Hibs only had themselves to blame after passing up a few scoring opportunities.

Today however was a different story as Hibs dominated the game and could easily have scored seven or eight. St Mirren had an attacking formation and there was no time wasting from them so we were all set for an entertaining match. Both teams moved the ball about well but it was Hibs who looked the more penatrating with a few close calls on the St Mirren goal. the first goal came from good link up play with Boozy sending Fletch er through and then being on hand to score the cut back. Dean Sheils got a rare start and showed his worth by setting up Killen for the second. Sheils start was due to Scott Brown being dropped as he needed a colonic irrigation to wash his face, the paper talk trying to sell him to the Old Firm seems to be fueling his own opinion about himself.

Anyway just as Hibs were crusing to a comfortable halftime lead they gifted a goal to St Mirren, Sutton still had a bit of work to do but made no mistake. It did not take Hibs long in the second half to kill the game off with two goals in the space of a few minutes. First Shiels scored a peach from 18 yards and then Benji set up Zemama for a easy tap in. Benji completed the scoring on 65 minutes with a cool finish after being sent through by Zemama. Hibs looked like they could score more if they upped the tempo but instead took the foot of the gas with Tuesdays derby coming up.

All in all a very satisfactory score and all with out the golden duo of Thomson and Brown. The papers are trying hard to get them to the Old Firm but Hibs Chairman is so far holding a firm line and refusing their transfer requests. Unfortunately no one wins when this siuation arises but I would be happy for Hibs to leave both players in the reserves to teach them a lesson on loyalty. Both plkayers seem to forget that they only signed new contracts in April.

The big football news in Scotland was the shock departure of Salvesen Under 11 coach to Raith Rovers. Mini Hibbee Kanka was disappointed to hear the news as Richard is an excellant coach. I am not sure what role he is filling at the Rovers but good luck to him.

Hibee Kanka


  1. "he needed a colonic irrigation to wash his face"

    You Scots certainly have a way with words. Welcome back Hibee Kanka.

  2. Or perhaps it was to wash out his mouth ??!!

    With the famous John Collins at the helm (I think Oz Kanka can remember his name now !!!) we are not going to rely on individual players, nor do we have to.

    With all due respect to Brown and Thompson, they can hardly expect to waltz into any of the Old Firm 1st team squads.

    With a possible League Cup Final coming up for Hibs, they would be well advised to concentrate on the job in hand and pay back the loyalty which Hibs showed in bringing them back from obscurity to play for the Mighty Hibees !!!

    Anyway, welcome back to the Blog Hibbie Kanka and well played the Hibees. More of the same on Tuesday night please !!

  3. On the subject of Mini Kanka's team coach deserting his team at the half way point in the season, mmmmmm..... I am just wondering if Kirkaldy Kanka Martyn had anything to do with it ??!!

    We all know that the Mafia connection in Kirkcaldy is very powerful !!!!