Jamie Murphy Leaves Hibs

Last updated : 02 June 2022 By Steve Forbes

Hibs have today announced that winger Jamie Murphy is leaving the club when his contract expires on July 1st.

The veteran winger will leave after two years at Easter Road.

Murphy initially joined the Hibees on a loan deal from Rangers in 2020, before the move was made permanent a year later.

The Scotland international struggled with injury during his time in Edinburgh, and found himself in and out the side when fit,

The 32-year-old was loaned out to Mansfield Town in January, for the rest of the season, the move working out quite well, with the EFL League Two side making the play-off Final at Wembley, losing to Port Vale.

Former Motherwell and Sheffield United man Murphy leaves the Hibees after making 50 appearances, scoring 5 goals.


New boss Lee Johnson is ringing the changes at Easter Road, and Murphy is the latest player to exit.

Murphy showed in glimpses what a good player he was, but his injury record was poor in Edinburgh.

He struggled to really get a run in the team, and finally found himself frozen out and on his way to England on loan.

Hibs-Mad would like to wish him well for the future.

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