Welcome to the ‘This Is My Story Hall of Fame’
We know Heart of Midlothian have the actual Hall of Fame – the one that matters. But this is our very own attempt. As the show progresses we will be adding more and more people but they don’t have to be Hearts players or staff. We are nominating ANYONE who contributes to the success of the famous! It could be the bus drivers, the cleaners, the Hibs goalkeepers or anyone else who helps make Hearts the greatest team in the land.
Alex Miller (April ’89 – April ’94)
This man was official added to our Hall of Fame after votes from our listeners and show hosts after Episode 21 on 27th October. Ando was the show host who nominated Alex and here is his rationale:
“This guy sums up what Hibs manager generally are – that is instrumental in helping Hearts dominate over the wee team. Alex deserves a special place in the Hall of Fame because he is the Hibs manager that presided over the 22-in-a-row. As if that’s not epic enough he allowed John Robertson to scre 10 of his record 27 goals against Hibs during the same 5 year period. During that period there were some truly brilliant games that Hearts fans of a certain age remember fondly. In total his shambolic teams shipped 31 goals in 22 matches. Feb ’94 – The Wayne Foster Scottish Cup game. Jan ’91 – The 4-1 at Easter Road where Hearts scored all 5 goals. Oct ’93 – John Colquhoun double at Easter Road. Alex Miller was an utterly gash Hibs manager and as such your vote should be for him!!“
Big Billy was added to the Hall of Fame after our show hosts voted his the best of the rest from round 1 of nominations after Episode 21 on 27th October. Brads was the show host who nominated Billy and here is his rationale:
“The Jet’s right hand man through the glory years and arguably wouldn’t have been successful without him. Worked for free with Gary Locke while the players demanded he got given a contract. Won the cup in ’98 and it was his squad that won the cup in ’12. He leaked the Hibs squad when he worked for them if you believe the rumours. The boys bleeds maroon.“