Robertson hopeful after draw
Hibernian midfielder Scott Robertson believes his equaliser against Dundee United could prove to be a turning point for the under-fire side. Boss Pat Fenlon has come in for criticism from the Easter Road club's supporters after his team started the season with four straight defeats - including a 7-0 loss to Malmo in the Europa League and last week's Edinburgh derby defeat to Hearts. But yesterday's 1-1 draw with the Arabs provided Hibs with their first point of the Scottish Premiership campaign.
But the sendings-off brought out the home team's fighting spirit and they levelled with Robertson's powerful drive nine minutes from time. "We need to get a win," he admitted.
"But the result is better than we got last week and the week before. Irishman Fenlon was angry that it had taken the double dismissal to raise his players' hackles and Robertson admitted the team had been issued with a half-time rollicking.
He said: "The manager at half-time was animated and he didn't hold back. He was very angry with us because we didn't play well.
"I can only speak for myself, but I never give any more or less in any game that I play in, whether it be a reserve game, a friendly or training.... Read the full, comprehensive news article and discuss at Teamtalk.com