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Oli Shaw

Zab

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Doidge is scoring at least. More than flo. They okay 2 completely different roles though. When doidge is there he attracts the big huddy defenders to him which creates space for flo and saves us punting high balls at flo

I thought Kamberi was very good on the left - he was far more free and attacking there on Sunday than when Hecky played him wide last season.

I wouldn’t mind us going 433 if Flo is gong to play like that most games, and we all know what Boyle can do on the right. Horgan is a good option to replace either of them. But we need an alternative to Doidge, we have to be able to change games when it is not working.
 

Purple & Green

Radge McRadge
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Signing for Ross Co

he might do very well there. I think a run of starts could see him develop very quickly.

I would say he was criminally under used by Phb and didn’t start a game. It could be that he’s peaked, and hibs managers know more than me.

all the best oli
 

Hibee Kev

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A good move for both parties I’d say. After nearly 3 years he was probably getting even less game time then when he made his breakthrough.
 

Purple & Green

Radge McRadge
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I could be of course that JR has plans for 4-2-3-1 and wants to bring in a striker more suited to playing the 1 up front.
 

The Family

Capital Radge
I thought Kamberi was very good on the left - he was far more free and attacking there on Sunday than when Hecky played him wide last season.

I wouldn’t mind us going 433 if Flo is gong to play like that most games, and we all know what Boyle can do on the right. Horgan is a good option to replace either of them. But we need an alternative to Doidge, we have to be able to change games when it is not working.

Jury still out on Horgan as I don’t think we have had anything back in return for what we paid for him.
 

Hectorhib

Just A Radge
I liked Shaw.I just thought that he was never given the chance to build his confidence.Good luck to him for his future
 

Greenmachine

Aulder Than The Internet This Radge
As i've said before IMO Oli Shaw was rarely given a proper run of starts in the first team. When he was given a run of games when Lennon was here he scored goals. IMO he will be a good signing for Ross County if this story is true.
 

southfieldhibby

Aulder Than The Internet This Radge
Good luck to the guy. Had clearly stagnated here, not enough 90 minute opportunities to develop more. A cheeky wee winner tonight please Oli.
six figure fee is a surprise though...
 

Smurf

Auld Enuff Tae Know Better This Radge
I think he is raw but he has potential. I suspect this will come back to haunt us hugely. The lad has been mismanaged at our club and his club as he's a Hibby. Played consistently he would score much more than Doidge.
 

Zab

Admin
As i've said before IMO Oli Shaw was rarely given a proper run of starts in the first team. When he was given a run of games when Lennon was here he scored goals. IMO he will be a good signing for Ross County if this story is true.

The key word there is “given” - it could be argued he never done enough to EARN a proper run of games. 3 successive managers haven’t really fancied him, and we’ve gone out and signed a number of strikers since his promotion to the first team.

It will be interesting to see how he does at County, but at Hibs he’s never threatened to anything more than a back up.
 

stickyRicky

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The key word there is “given” - it could be argued he never done enough to EARN a proper run of games. 3 successive managers haven’t really fancied him, and we’ve gone out and signed a number of strikers since his promotion to the first team.

It will be interesting to see how he does at County, but at Hibs he’s never threatened to anything more than a back up.

Excellent point.

Can't put all the blame on one manager when 3 have no fancied him.
 
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