Players to wear the green and white of the Hibees.

Here is a growing collection of players and internationalists to feature for Hibernian throughout the years.

Position: Forward

Danny Haynes was given the nickname 'Canary Crusher' whilst with Ipswich Town having scored against Norwich at every youth and senior level. He joined Hibernian on loan in 2014.

Danny Haynes2Debut: Hibernian (2) vs Raith Rovers (3) - Scottish Cup - 08/02/2014
Appearances: 11
Goals: 1

Danny Haynes was born in Peckham in 1988 and he was a product of the youth academy at Charlton Athletic before being released at 16 and joining Ipswich Town's academy.

He was part of the Ipswich team which won the FA Youth Cup, the Blues beating a Southampton side including Theo Walcott and Gareth Bale in the final over two legs. Danny made his first-team debut in September 2005 and gained unsurprising popularity with the fans when he scored the winner in the last minute for Ipswich against arch-rivals Norwich City, completing a record of having scored against Norwich at every youth and senior level. He was later given the nickname "Canary Crusher" before transferring to Bristol City for an undisclosed fee.

Danny Haynes1Danny Haynes celebrates his equalising goal for Hibernian against Kilmarnock.

Danny went onto play for Barnsley and Charlton before joining Notts County in 2013. He then joined Hibernian on loan in the January transfer window. He made his debut for the club in a 3-2 defeat to Raith Rovers and scored his first and only goal for the club shortly after in a 1-1 draw with Kilmarnock.

Danny left Hibernian at the end of the 2013/14 season and returned to Notts County before joining Crewe Alexandra on a one-month loan in October 2014.

He went onto play for Cheltenham Town, Ebbsfleet United, Boreham Wood and Cray Wanderers.

Full Name: Danny Lewis Haynes
Date of Birth: 19th January 1988
Place of Birth: Peckham, England

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