By: Hibernian Media on 01 Aug, 2019 16:45
Issue 4 of The Hibee will be available to buy from sellers around the ground and the Hibernian Clubstore ahead of our game against St Mirren, and it is priced at just £3.
Our featured player is all-action midfielder Josh Vela who chats about his move to Hibernian after spending his entire career with Bolton Wanderers.
In the first full-length edition of this season’s programme the 68-pages are bursting with content. We have 12 feature articles, plus columns from Head Coach Paul Heckingbottom and captain David Gray.
Inside Issue 4, we have interviews with Josh Campbell who talks about his recent exposure to first team football at Hibernian, Joelle Murray chats ahead of the resumption of the SWPL campaign away to Glasgow City this Sunday, and in our new feature ‘What Hibs Mean To Me’, Kevin Thomson talks to Daniel Shields about what it was like growing up as a Hibernian fan and going on to play for the club.
We also hear from Ryan Porteous as he looks back on the recent friendly against Newcastle United, Lewis Stevenson is the first player in the hotseat in ‘A to Z’ as he answers 26 questions and reveals a bit more about his time at the club and himself as a person and we take a look at St Mirren and their season so far in Today’s Visitors.
Historical articles come in the shape of ‘2 in 1’ as James Delaney profiles the Hibernian career of Alexander Howie who scored two hat-tricks in the 1893/94 campaign for the club, Richard Payne looks at a classic programme against Saturday’s opponents St Mirren, Tom Wright profiles the 1961/62 squad in the Hibernian Historical Trust feature and in ‘The Story Behind the Friendly’ John Hislop looks at our 2-2 draw at home to Everton in 2002.
We also have the Hibernian Community Foundation detailing all the work they do in the local community in their feature pages, Hibernian Supporters provide an update to the fanbase, Club News wraps up the latest around Easter Road Stadium, and the Hibs Kids pages return with some fun quizzes for them to complete!
Make sure you pick up your copy of The Hibee this Saturday for just £3!
Not able to make the game? You can purchase yours online from Curtis Sport. Click here to visit their online store.