Monday, 7 May 2012

Hibs are less terrible than Dunfermline

It is that time of year again, the nights are getting longer, there are about a million reality shows on TV, good teams win trophies and bad teams become officially the worst teams. Yes children, it's the end of the season, season.

Dunfermline have been the worst team in the SPL since day one but tonight it became official. Losing 4-0 to the closest team in terms of footballing ability, showed just how bad this Dunfermline team is. Dunfermline won a mighty one game at home this season and shock horror, it was against Aberdeen.

Hibs' scorers were Doherty, Doyle, O'Connor and Hanlon who won the award for the most Irish sounding list of goal scorers ever. I know O'Connor is Scottish and likes cocaine but I don't even care where the others are from. Jim Jeffries took over as manager of Dunfermline quite recently, I'm still not exactly sure what he was hoping to achieve. Living in Dunfermline and managing in Division 1 sounds about as appealing as that film "Salmon Fishing in the Yemen" - "Ewan McGregor stars in a romantic fable about a scientist recruited for a crazy scheme to bring fly-fishing to the desert" - no, no thank you.