James Hogg joined Hibernian in 1900 and was a part of the Scottish Cup winning side of 1902.
Debut: Celtic (3) vs Hibernian (1) - Division One (Old) - 25/08/1900
James Hogg was born in West Calder and began his career with his home town club before joining Hibernian in 1900.
He made his debut in a 3-1 defeat to Celtic with Hamilton Handling scoring the only Hibernian goal. Whilst with the club, James saw much success with Hibs finishing fourth or higher in his first and second season before winning the Scottish Cup in 1902 and the league championship in 1903.
The Hibernian team c. 1901
Left to right: Archibald Gray, Peter Boyle, Robert Glen, James Hogg, Dan McMichael (Secretary), P Smith (Treasurer), F Docherty (Vice-President)
Bobby Atherton, Patrick Callaghan, James Harrower, Harry Rennie, Hamilton Handling, William McCartney, Alex Robertson
Unfortunately, the club's fortune took a turn and James left to join Portsmouth in May 1903 where he remained for a season.
He returned to Hibs in at the start of the 1904/05 season and over six seasons with the club, James made 112 appearances across all competitions before leaving in 1906.
Full Name: James Hogg
Place of Birth: West Calder