HALL OF FAME

 

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

2010 HALL OF FAME

ARTHUR DUNCAN

Position Outside Left

A player blessed with great pace, Arthur Duncan was a key weapon in the Turnbull's Tornadoes side, wreaking havoc down the wing.

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BOBBY JOHNSTONE

Position Inside Right

Nicknamed 'Nicker', Selkirk born Bobby Johnstone reputedly pulled the strings of the Hibernian's famous forward line.

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EDDIE TURNBULL

Position Inside Left & Manager

Eddie Turnbull, the oldest of the Famous Five forward line, boasted a thunderous shot and was the backbone of the Hibernian team during his thirteen years as a player. He also featured nine times for Scotland during his playing career.

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GORDON SMITH

Position Outside Right

Regarded as Hibernian's greatest ever player, Gordon Smith was an integral part of the Famous Five forward line, playing over 700 games for Hibernian and scoring 364 goals. Smith achieved three League Championship medals during 18 seasons with the Leith side.

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HARRY RENNIE

Position Goalkeeper

An outstanding goalkeeper, Harry Rennie was an integral member of the great Hibernian side which won the Scottish Cup in 1902 and the League Championship the following year, with his sterling performances playing a major part in the team's success.

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HARRY SWAN

Position Chairman

Described as the architect of the modern Hibernian, Harry Swan's stewardship of the club which began in 1934, delivered three League Championship flags and entry into the first European Cup competition.

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HUGH SHAW

Position Left Half & Manager

Hugh Shaw was the most successful Hibernian manager of all time. After a memorable playing career as part of the successful 1920s Hibernian side, Shaw returned to manage the Club between 1948 and 1961.

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JACKIE MCNAMARA

Position Defender

A ferocious but fair tackler, Jackie McNamara epitomised the role of captain with his commitment, passion and intelligent play.

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JAMES MCGHEE

Position Forward

An outstanding servant of the Club, James McGhee was Hibernian's captain when the Scottish Cup was won for the first time in 1887.

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JOE BAKER

Position Centre Forward

'The Baker Boy' was a prolific goal scorer endowed with great pace and tremendous bravery. Joe Baker represented the transition from one era to the next and during the 1959/60 season, scored 42 league goals, a club record.

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