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01-03-2015, 15:33   #871
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Heading to Edinburgh on a lads trip in April. Hibs are playing Alloa at Easter Road and I'd love to go. Any tips or suggestions on heading along. Can you pay at the gate? Is it near town? Any other advice for a 1st timer heading along? Cheers.
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01-03-2015, 15:51   #872
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I would imagine you would have no problem getting a ticket, I would buy one from the website.

http://www.hibernianfc.co.uk/tickets/home



http://www.stadiumguide.com/easterroad/

http://www.hibernianfc.co.uk/stadiumdirections
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Any other advice for a 1st timer heading along? Cheers.
Yep. Take a train out to Cowdenbeath that day.

Just saying.
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Heading to Edinburgh on a lads trip in April. Hibs are playing Alloa at Easter Road and I'd love to go. Any tips or suggestions on heading along. Can you pay at the gate? Is it near town? Any other advice for a 1st timer heading along? Cheers.
It certainly won't be any challenge getting a ticket at the gate. The atmosphere is fairly grim for these games but at least the fans are believing in the team and management again, and we are playing some decent football. East is the better stand to aim for.

The stadium is about a half-hours walk north-east from the city centre. I would say the better pubs around the stadium (and indeed in the city!) are on the Leith side rather than the town side. For a pint close to the ground I personally would recommend Robbie's on Leith Walk and Tamson's on Easter Road
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Ya good advice there.

If His win on Sunday will be good buzz for the upcoming games.
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It certainly won't be any challenge getting a ticket at the gate. The atmosphere is fairly grim for these games but at least the fans are believing in the team and management again, and we are playing some decent football. East is the better stand to aim for.

The stadium is about a half-hours walk north-east from the city centre. I would say the better pubs around the stadium (and indeed in the city!) are on the Leith side rather than the town side. For a pint close to the ground I personally would recommend Robbie's on Leith Walk and Tamson's on Easter Road

Thanks for that CH, really appreciate it. I'm a Bohs season ticket holder so the standard won't bother me too much.
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Missed the game due to work. But fantastic result even if expected.

I saw highlights and there seems to be a determination and passion in the team that has been missing for a while.

Falkirk in semi is a nice draw, but we will be favourites and that will make it more tricky.

Least Hibs are there.
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Big game in the race for 2nd tonight.

After the feel good factor of getting to Cup semi is back I be confident we should win.

These are the games we have to win
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Given recent results seond place is looking more and more likely which considering your poor start to the season would be a very decent effort. Even if the teams below you win their games in hand your now clear in second place for the first time this season.
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Hibs bottling it again?
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More then likely.
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