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Acknowledgements





Iíve spent several years collating the information contained in this website, but Iíve received a lot of help along the way. Without the assistance of the following people this project would still be a long way from completion.

Thomas Jamieson produced this website from scratch with only the database to work from. Thanks to his time and effort and genius thereís now the website you are now viewing.

The Hibeesbounce website. The admin team, and regular posters have been an incredible source of information in the 8 years since the website came online. This couldnít have happened without you. Hibees Bounce

David Beattie is the Webmaster of the Hibs Programmes site and he has shared a considerable amount of information, particularly the 1960ís, which helped to fill in the gaps I had. His website is an excellent resource of Hibs information and if you havenít checked it out already you really should: http://www.hibsprogrammes.co.uk

Ian Capavanni was kind enough to share his excellent and meticulously constructed information and statistics on Hibs. These were a fantastic help in correcting the errors on this website, and often cleared up difficult to find information particularly in the late 1960s.

David Ross is the Webmaster of the Scottish League website, and has provided the attendance information. He has also spent a considerable amount of time answering my queries, and pointing me in the direction of the sources required to find the information, all with good humour and patience. Davidís website is here.

Alan Brown is a respected statistician who represents Scotland at the International Federation of Football History & Statistics (IFFHS), which is based in Germany. He is also a member of the RSSSF, which is a group of likeminded statisticians. Alan provided a great deal of pre war information, and advice on where to fill in the gaps.

David Allan is the Webmaster of the London Hearts website, which includes an incredibly thorough statistics section. Davy has been very helpful, and again his website is well worth a visit: www.londonhearts.com

Ian Nannestad is the editor of the excellent Soccer History publication and helped with information on Hibernian during the war: www.soccer-history.co.uk

Steve Emms is the author of several books compiling information on every player to play top flight in Scotland. These proved invaluable for checking my work against. He has also helped with little known information on many Hibs players. Steve's pre war book on Scottish League players can be found here.

John Litster is the author of A RECORD OF POST-WAR SCOTTISH LEAGUE PLAYERS, which proved another invaluable resource for checking my work against.

Neil Brownís website is an excellent resource for information on all league footballers in Scotland and England since the war: www.neilbrown.newcastlefans.com

Patrick Roberts has provided a huge amount of information on games and players.

Sean Allan, Fraser Pettigrew, Hibbybrian and have helped with filling in gaps.

The 'regulars' on the Scottish League Messageboard who continue to help to share crucial information.

With a project this large, it's very possible that someone's contribution may have been overlooked. Please accept my sincerest apology if anyone who helped with the project is not mentioned on this page.

Thank you all.
Bobby Sinnet, March 2011

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