John Blackley explains to Hibernian TV about his special affinity for the team in green and also sheds some light on the magic of Turnbull's Tornadoes - almost 40 years since the side won the League Cup at Hampden.
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Arguably Hibernian's greatest ever number six, Blackley recorded 411 appearances and managed the club for two years - underlining his credentials as one of Easter Road's all-time greats.
Blackley said: "It's my club and that's how I see it. Other folk can talk about Rangers, Celtic or whoever, but this is my club and that is how I'll always view it.
"This group of players (the Tornadoes) was the best time of my football life. I've never been involved with a group of players, who were as talented as that team.
"You go through each player and each one had a part to play. At the end of the day, it was just a really great time to be playing at this football club.
"In my eyes - and history tells you - the team didn't achieve enough. That was partly because we were up against a very good Celtic side, but I still think we should've done better than we did.
"We had so much talent, but somewhere along the line we failed and I couldn't put my finger on it."
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