Former Hibs and current Ross County forward Brian Graham has said he can’t remember Easter Road being so quiet after a return to Leith at the weekend.

The Staggies nullified the home crowd on Saturday, fighting back from a 2-0 down to earn a draw.

County hit back to draw with Hibs. (Photo by VI Images via Getty Images)

Graham says there’s something not quite right about Hibs’ home atmosphere.

He told the Daily Record (The Winner, page 9, 28/10/19): “In the warm-up it was like a morgue and it’s not usually like that at Easter Road.


“The feeling about the place isn’t nice at the moment. They’ve not won in nine games and the fans demand more because they’re a big club.”

Graham played a part in Hibs’ Ross County misery

Ex-Hibee Graham started the Staggies fightback in Leith. His curled effort beyond Chris Maxwell had the home side sweating heading into the closing stages.

Graham had his former Hibs side willing for the Ross County clash to end. (Photo by Jeff Holmes/Getty Images)

County did get their equaliser via a Joe Chalmers rocket, inflicting misery on the home support. After dropping a two goal lead at home, they now sit just a point off the bottom.

It’s also the sixth time this season they’ve dropped points from a winning position, a worrying trend that Paul Heckingbottom has to buck. County on the other hand remain in sixth after this result.

Graham knows all about Easter Road and he’s seemingly concerned by the Easter Road atmosphere at present.

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