Age Is Not The Problem
Updated Monday, 22nd January 2007
Hibs have to work on delivering consitent results and performances.
Hibs ‘keeper Andrew McNeil will have nothing to do with the notion that the club's inconsistency is down to the amount of young players in the squad. Hibs started against Inverness on Sunday with eight players under the age of 23 - and were comprehensibly brought down to earth with a bump as they suffered a 3-0 defeat at the Caledonian Stadium. However, McNeil maintains it is experience and not age which counts, insisting Hibs have plenty of players well used to competing in the SPL. He said: "We might have a lot of young players. But you can look at Steven Whittaker who is 22 years old yet has played nearly 150 games. Age is not a factor - it is playing that gets you experience. It doesn't matter if you are 22 and have played 150 games or 32 and played have 150 games; you still have the same amount of experience".
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