Hibs were busy during the summer, bringing in ten new bodies as Paul Heckingbottom revamped his Hibees team, whilst also sending five youngsters out on loan.

Sean Mackie, Josh Campbell, Jamie Gullan, Kevin Dabrowski and Ben Stirling all left the club in the summer in search of regular first-team football.

Some Hibs stars left on loan during the summer. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

But how are they getting on at their respective loan clubs?


Some Hibs fans wanted Mackie to stay prior to his Dens Park switch due to the number of injuries that plagued Hibs’ defence at the time.


Since he’s left though the left-back has made just two appearances for the Dee, featuring against Arbroath and Partick Thistle.

Featuring sporadically.  (photo by Alan Rennie/Action Plus via Getty Images)

He’s featured out on the flanks in both of these appearances and the Hibees youngster will certainly hope for more games in the coming weeks.

Campbell- Arbroath

Campbell also hasn’t really cemented himself in Dick Campbell’s Arbroath side since moving out on loan, starting just once for the Red Litchies.

He has appeared from the bench though on five occasions, with the Gayfield sitting in sixth after nine Championship games.

Campbell has made a few Hibs appearances. (Photo by Callum Landells/Getty Images)

Much like Mackie, the 19-year-old will be looking for more minutes in upcoming fixtures.

Gullan- Raith Rovers

Gullan was on loan at Raith last season and is back with the League One side this term. Rovers have started brilliantly, currently sitting top of the third tier.

The forward has been impressive, netting three times in seven appearances. It’s already an improvement on the last loan, as although performances were good, he scored just once.

John McGlynn has relied upon Gullan. (photo by Alan Rennie/Action Plus via Getty Images)

Gullan’s making a good impression in Kircaldy.

Dabrowski- Cowdenbeath

The Polish stopper is thriving in League Two with the Brue Brazil. He’s kept two clean sheets and Dabrowski has also frustrated Hibs’ fiercest rival.

One of his better games came against Hearts in the League Cup, where he limited the Jambos to a 2-0 win over his adopted side.

Stirling- Arbroath

Another Hibee who finds himself at Gayfield, Stirling hasn’t had much of a look-in either when it comes to first-team minutes.

Dick Campbell hasn’t utilised Stirling much. (Photo by David Young/Action Plus via Getty Images)

Stirling’s had even less minutes than fellow Hibee Campbell though, featuring just twice in the Championship.

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