HALL OF FAME

 

The Hall of Fame is a celebration of historic Hibernian careers and achievements.

2017 HALL OF FAME

ALEX CROPLEY

Position Midfielder

Although only 9 stones dripping wet, the tenacious Alex Cropley feared no one and was often far too brave for his own good. His crunching tackles against opponents twice his size would often cost him dearly regarding injuries, but there was no way he could change his forceful style.

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JIMMY MCCOLL

Position Centre Forward & Trainer

There are few who have served the game with greater distinction than Jimmy McColl. Once described as one of Scotland's greatest ever football personalities, for well over 50 years McColl was a fixture at Easter Road both as a player and later as a valued member of the backroom staff.

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JOHN BROWNLIE

Position Defender

At his peak, John Brownlie was undoubtedly the best attacking full back in the entire country. Signed by manager Bob Shankly, Brownlie made his debut for Hibs at the end of the 1969/70 season. A few months later he replaced the injured Chris Shevlane in a game against St Johnstone at Muirton Park and never looked back.

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PETER CORMACK

Position Midfielder

Once described as a skinny kid built like a greyhound, Peter Cormack was as hard as nails, his fiery fiercely competitive nature earning him several altercations with officialdom.

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TOMMY PRESTON

Position Inside Forward

With his deft touch, incisive football brain and fantastic passing ability, the versatile Preston considered himself more a creator of goals than goal scorer, but this didn't prevent him from scoring many important goals for the club.

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