10 of the toughest Hibs players ever - as chosen by the fans

Join us on a trip down memory lane as we take a look at your favourite Easter Road hard-men.

Tuesday, 1st December 2020, 3:34 pm
Reader Brian Ross said he had 'no doubt' John Blackey was the toughest Hibs player ever.

Hibs have had some tough tackling, all-action players throughout the years, but who else other than the fans could give us their ultimate list of Hibees hard-men? We asked for your favourites, and there definitely was no shortage of choice.

Some stayed for years, others only temporary, but every one of them left a mark on the Hibees fanbase – and a few opposition players.

So sit back, relax and take it our list of ultimate Hibees hard-men as chosen by you.

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He "took no prisoners and loved the club" said Frank O'Neil.

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He was 'hard as nails' was Willie Miller.
Ross McKenzie voted the Hibs legend because he 'never stays down always 110% committed'.
Effectionaly known as 'Shades', Erich Schaedler was mentioned over 30 times - which says just about everything.
Let's face it, you wouldn't want to go in for a 50/50 with Yogi.
While he wasn't at Easter Road long, he certainly hasn't been forgotten as many fans attested to.
Although only 9 stones wet, the tenacious and tough Alex Cropley feared no one.
Hard as old boots, Matty Jack was a real tough customer.
Chic 'enjoyed a 50/50' said Gary Dickson.
McNamee (far right) received plenty mentions as one of Hibs' ultimate tough man.