Who all went along today? (1 Viewer)

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Was there but a few missing from my usual crowd. Many reasons for low attendance today but I wonder how much is down to the online ticketing being down. Made it tricky for me to get there.
A very good point, I had forgotten that.
 

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Didn’t make it. In Mauritius on my Honeymoon. Pissed her off enough checking the score every two minutes whilst out for dinner - flying home for it would have resulted in an early divorce.

I reckon there will be a wave of siege mentality when the new gaffer, whoever it may be, is announced and gets us pulling together in one direction again.
Where in Mauritius ? I was in blue bay a year ago . Fantastic island
 

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I was there and I know there are circumstances and the manager situation hasn't been handled very well, but I think the attendence was shite.
Only 4 of usual 8 there. Combination of golf and rugby!! Will be renewing no matter what.
 
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Didnae go but the rest of my crew did. Bit scunnered with everything Hibs at the mo. Bit scunnered with Scottish fitba full stop. Need a wee break from it. It's all so boringly repetitive.

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I wasn't. I make 10-15 games a season these days, this wasn't one of them.

It's a personal choice, but living in the west makes going to ER is a full day thing these days. My daughter is only 3, so I just don't feel like giving up every second Saturday anymore. Give it a couple of years and ill drag her along with me. I actually make more away games than home as a result (Accies, St Mirren, Motherwell, Killie) because they don't break my day up as much.

You're right though, folk that go week in week out should be prioritised for big games.
 
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Didn't make it, had to make do with a few pints in saints and sinners. The guilt kicked in when seen how empty it was, hang head in shame.

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I didn’t go as I was working. I’m self employed so I didn’t have to work, but I wasn’t up for paying £50 for two adults and a child. Sometimes you have to make some money and give it a miss. Renewal time isn’t far away.
 
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I wasn't. I make 10-15 games a season these days, this wasn't one of them.

It's a personal choice, but living in the west makes going to ER is a full day thing these days. My daughter is only 3, so I just don't feel like giving up every second Saturday anymore. Give it a couple of years and ill drag her along with me. I actually make more away games than home as a result (Accies, St Mirren, Motherwell, Killie) because they don't break my day up as much.

You're right though, folk that go week in week out should be prioritised for big games.
Indeed.
It is a personal choice.
I haven't been to ER since December 2017. It was a long day.
We used to leave home at 10-10.30, and get home at 8.30-9pm, and I cant handle the travelling as well as I used to. Driving in the dark is hard these days.
We will ,however, try and get to the away Dundee and St J games coming up.

However, there is hope on the horizon.
I have a 3 year old grandson who will no doubt pester his dad to get to the football.
I may get to sleep in the back of the car...............
 

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Nope, still interested but not enough get my arse to ER. Hoping new manager rekindles my interest
That’s the problem. Get interested in the team you support. Make an effort and drag yourself along. Managers come and go but Hibs are for a lot longer than a lifetime.
 
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I wasn't there. To be honest I couldn't be arsed, despite all the breaks I needed a break, and I had the opportunity to meet a guy I hadn't seen in months. I've had a great day!

I'll be an early bird season ticket buyer.

The current feeling among the support had no baring on my decision.
"Couldn't be arsed". Imagine the consequences if we all did likewise.
 

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"Couldn't be arsed". Imagine the consequences if we all did likewise.
Indeed. I don't expect I'm not alone though.
 

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Indeed. I don't expect I'm not alone though.
The irony eh of you moaning at me supposedly never having a good word to say about the club then you not going to a Scottish Cup game because you "Can't be arsed".
 
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The irony eh of you moaning at me supposedly never having a good word to say about the club then you not going to a Scottish Cup game because you "Can't be arsed".
Maybe you feel you need to go along to be able to moan with some authority?
 

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No I went along paying my money and cheered us in all 90 mins as I always do. I then posted on the Bounce that I thought we played very well.

Yet you "Couldn't be arsed".
Well done.
 

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I wasn’t there, I was at a DDay veterans birthday, I will be first to admit I’ll be mooching for tickets for the next round though
 

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No "Well done" needed. Supporters support when they can.

I don't get to every game. However, I don't miss any games because "I can't be arsed".

Strange mentality.
I’ll stick up for old Jack a little bit on this one. I don’t think it’s that strange at all, a lot of the factors that come into play when deciding whether to attend a game or not basically boil down to “can/can’t be arsed” - importance of fixture and convenience of time/location are 2 straight off the top of my head. Think you’re being a bit harsh here although I think you guys might have a bit of history!
 
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