THE 2016 SCOTTISH CUP

 

On Saturday 21st May 2016, history was made at Hampden Park - Hibernian won the Scottish Cup.

Trading card design reproduced by kind permission of Scott Boobis.

Position Goalkeeper

He may have only played eight times, but Conrad Logan managed to make himself an Easter Road favourite in his short spell. His debut against Dundee United in the 2016 Scottish Cup Semi Final will live on in Hibernian history.

 

Conrad Logan Profile

 

2016 SCOTTISH CUP STATS

Minutes played 210
Appearances 2
Substituted in 0
Substituted out 0
Yellow cards 0
Red cards 0
Clean sheets 1

 

On 30th March 2016, Hibernian signed goalkeeper Conrad Logan on a short-term deal until the end of season 2015/16.

Nicknamed the 'Polar Bear', Logan spent 14 years at Leicester City where he progressed through the club’s youth academy before appearing in their first-team. The 6ft 2in keeper found first team appearances hard to come by in a Foxes' jersey, and he subsequently experienced various loan spells throughout the English Football League system.

Logan’s previous loan teams include Boston United, Stockport County, Luton and Bristol Rovers and after rupturing his Achilles in a game on loan for Rochdale in December 2014, he was released by parent club Leicester City in the summer of 2015.

After denying United striker Mckay as well as John Rankin with terrific saves in normal time, the shotstopper didn’t disappoint in the penalty shoot-out.

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