"January can't come quick enough"
Hibs fans give their reaction following the 1-1 draw with Livingston
@rmorrison1983: "January window can’t come quick enough."
@watty5021: "I’m getting seriously bored wasting money & time watching patchwork teams every week. Have said this most of the last 30 years."
@Cscott5: "2 points dropped. Mackie looks a player... Lewis Allan not near good enough."
@macker100: "Disappointing, should have been 3 points today. Some of the players need to have a word with themselves. Seems like they can only perform against the top teams."
@joshsm_: "Gotta beat rangers then need a rebuild in January."
However, some saw a more positive outcome.
Superfurryhibby: "It may not have always been pretty but at least we are showing battling spirit and not conceding many goals. With so many key players out injured or playing with knocks I'm satisfied at the response from the players in recent weeks."
hibbiemacfie: "Unbeaten run continues.... yip four game unbeaten, 4 points against Celtic and Sevco and ONE goal conceded. Bit disappointing today but if we're still unbeaten going into the derby that will do for me."
There was praise for Efe Ambrose but others jumped on the bandwagon to talk about Florian Kamberi following Neil Lennon's criticism of the striker.
Hibeesmad: "Thought Efe was a class ahead of everyone today. Hopefully we reject any bids for him this window and can get him down on a new contract. Pleasure to watch."
ozyhibby: "For all his faults Kamberi is still the best we have."
Sir David Gray: "Their goal came from Kamberi being easily dispossessed and then he had a penalty saved. Very poor from him."
Famous Fiver: "I am on Neil Lennon's side. Kamberi is capable of putting a penalty away and should have taken the net off the posts instead of trying to be a smartie. Goalie was going down in instalments before he hit it. That said he was a much greater physical presence than Lewis Allan but how did the defenders get away with grappling him every time the ball went near him? Poor, poor refereeing time and again."
Baader: "Don't like to see players getting called out in public."