Recovered from derby day?
“It would be easy for me to be very downbeat because of what’s happened, but I thought my players were absolutely outstanding.
“It was a great advert for football. The players have risen to the challenge and the best way to describe it is that we’re not as bad as some people are making out.”
That was the manager’s verdict after Sunday game against Hearts.
The message from Alan Stubbs is clear: It’s onwards and upwards for Hibs.
And that’s a message we can all get behind.
So don’t miss your chance to cheer the team on as they continue their League Cup run this week.
Hibs v Dundee United
29/10/14, kick off 7.45pm
The Hibs Club will be open from 4pm – as ever Sunnyside is the perfect place for your pre- and post-match drinks, snacks and chat.
And tickets are still available for the match – with the print at home option meaning you don’t even need to get to the ticket office at Easter Road to get your seat.
Six games undefeated and a semi-final place up for grabs. It could be a great night under the lights at Easter Road.