Hibs - Summer Transfer Window Round-Up
The comings and goings at Easter Road
The summer transfer window closed for the SPL on Saturday night at 11pm and here we take a look at who left, and who arrived at Easter Road.
Gary Deegan - Freed (Signed for Northampton Town)
Pa Saikou Kujabi - Freed - Still without a club.
Shefki Kuqi - Freed - Still without a club.
Eoin Doyle - Signed for Chesterfield Town after signing a pre-contract agreement last season.
Scott Smith - Freed - Signed for Dumbarton.
Callum Antell - Freed - Signed for Queen of the South.
David Wotherspoon - Freed - Signed for St Johnstone.
Martin Scott - Freed - Signed for Livingston.
Jorge Claros - End of Loan
Leigh Griffiths - End of Loan
Matt Done - End of Loan
Ryan McGivern - End of Loan
Callum Booth - Raith Rovers - LOAN
Paul Grant - Berwick Rangers - LOAN
Bradley Donaldson - Arbroath - LOAN
Ryan McGivern - FREE (Manchester City)
Owain Tudur-Jones - FREE (Inverness Caledonian Thistle)
Liam Craig - Pre-Contract (St Johnstone)
Rowan Vine - Free (St Johnstone)
Fraser Mullen - Free (Hearts)
Michael Nelson - Nominal Fee (Bradford City)
James Collins - £200,000 (Swindon Town)
Paul Hefernan - Free (Kilmarnock)
Abdellah Zoubir - LOAN (FC Istres (france))
Kevin Thomson - New deal
Alan Maybury - New deal
Sean Murdoch - New deal
Another hectic transfer window down Easter Road and some good signings arriving over the summer.
Hibs may not be finished yet, with Ipswich winger Josh Carson said to still be training with the club. Should the Championship club free him before their window closes, Fenlon could add him to the squad.
Manager Pat Fenlon has been backed to the hilt by the board, and we now have one of the strongest, if not, the strongest squad outside of Celtic in the SPL.
Fenlon MUST deliver this season, and 3rd spot should be the minimal aim.
We have not started the season in the best of form but hopefully the Irishman can turn it round, and get us playing some good football.
The supporters have already let thier feelings be known, it remains to be seen how much longer the support will accept poor display's with the players we now have at the club.
C'Mon the Hibees.
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