Hibs to let Martin Scott go out on loan

Last updated : 29 March 2012 By Steve Forbes

Hibs have today revealed that midfielder Martin Scott will be allowed to leave the club on loan until the end of the season - should he find a club.

The 26-year-old has been told by boss Pat Fenlon that won't feature for the Hibees again this season.

Scott last played for the Hibees in January.

Reports have recently surfaced that the former Ross County man missed training, and was fined two weeks wages by the club.

Bad-boy Scott has previously been in trouble with the club, following a training ground bust-up with Sean Welsh, that seen Welsh suffer a fractured cheek bone that required 4 operations.

The wound then became infected, and the Welsh, currently on loan at Partick Thistle, nearly lost his eyesight.

Scott's latest indiscrection seems to be the last straw for the club, with player now allowed to leave on a short term basis.

Scott signed for the Hibees in an £80,000 deal, in January 2010, from first division side Ross County, but has failed to hold down a first team slot at Easter Road.

He has made 24 appearances for the club.