By: Hibernian Media on 13 Sep, 2018 17:30
Issue 7 of The Hibee is available at this Saturday’s game at home to Kilmarnock and Ryan Porteous is the player on the cover.
In his feature article Ryan talks about his “surreal” introduction into the first team and chats about his progression into becoming a member of the senior squad and about his experiences with the Scotland under-21s.
The Player Card, sponsored by Capital Cars, for the game against Kilmarnock is Lewis Stevenson, with the double-cup winner being drawn by his son Lewie for the first Hibs Kids game of the season!
Aside from the chat with Ryan, we also have a plethora of content for this weekend’s edition of the matchday programme.
We hear from Pat Stanton as he recalls his time as a supporter, a player and the manager of Hibernian in ‘The Men and Moments That Made Easter Road’, John Hislop details Hibernian’s history at Muirton Park, Tom Wright takes a look at four items from the Hibernian Historical Trust’s collection, and James Delaney takes a look at goals in the 22nd, 23rd and 24th minutes that have been scored at Easter Road Stadium.
Also in the programme, Daryl Horgan reflects on the loss at Livingston in ‘Looking Back’, Grant Scott and Siobhan Hunter discuss the historic match against Forfar Farmington, which Hibernian won 2-0, Grant Murray reflects on the SPFL Reserve Cup derby defeat, and James Delaney recalls the 2014/15 bottle green shirt in ‘It’s A Classic’ and the iconic 4-0 victory over Rangers it was worn in.
Returning in the programme, we have as usual our look at our visitors to Easter Road, Kilmarnock, in Today’s Visitors, as well as Club News, Through the Lens, the Hibs Kids pages, and the columns from David Gray and Neil Lennon.
Pick up your copy of the programme ahead of the game against Kilmarnock for just £3 – on sale around the ground ahead of kick-off.