CONRAD LOGAN’S Scottish Cup heroics weren’t enough to earn the Ramelton man a new contract at Hibernian.
It was confirmed this afternoon that Logan is one of four players to have been released from the Easter Road club by new manager Neil Lennon.
Logan played his first senior game in 16 months in the Scottish Cup semi-final when he starred for Hibs as they defeated Dundee United on penalties.
It was the stuff of fairytale as Logan, following a string of vital saves, stopped penalties by Blair Spittal and Billy McKay in a 4-2 penalty shoot-out win.[adrotate group=”37″]
Logan retained his place for the final, where Hibs won the Cup for the first time in 114 years thanks to a 3-2 win over Rangers.
David Gray’s goal in the 93rd minute gave Hibs a dramatic and memorable win. Anthony Stokes had scored twice for Hibs with Kenny Miller and Andy Halliday on the mark for Rangers.
In all, Logan made eight appearances for Hibs, but he hasn’t been given a new deal and departs, along with Kevin Thomson, Farid El Alagui and Chris Dagnall.
“All the players leave Hibernian with the best wishes of everyone at the Club for their valued contributions and services during their spells at Easter Road Stadium,” read a statement on the Hibs website.[adrotate group=”46″] Tags: