Hibs endured a somewhat mixed decade between 1990 and 2000.
The team survived a takeover attempt by Hearts chairman Wallace Mercer; won the League Cup for the first time since 1972; qualified for Europe; suffered relegation, and got back up at the first time of asking.
It was a time of fluorescent yellow and lurid lilac away shirts; of Calor Gas, Carlsberg, and MacBean Protective Clothing. Alex Miller, Jim Duffy, Keith Wright, Darren Jackson, and Pat McGinlay.
Join us on a wee trip down memory lane.
1. Aerial views of Easter Road
An aerial view of Easter Road in July 1993 Photo: TSPL
2. Blackburn Rovers pre-season friendly
Pat McGinlay challenges Blackburn Rovers striker Alan Shearer watched by Tim Sherwood during a pre-season friendly at Easter Road in July 1992. Hibs won 3-0. Photo: SNS Group
3. Celtic 0-0 Hibs; April 1998
Stevie Crawford tries to get the better of Celtic defender Tom Boyd during a goalless draw at Parkhead Photo: SNS Group
4. Lavety bounces back
Barry Lavety does some gym work at Easter Road as he works his way back to fitness in February 1997 Photo: SNS Group Alan Harvey