Hibernian Scottish Cup hero Conrad Logan has found a new club. The man who was in goals for the 2016 final against Rangers has signed for Stamford AFC in the Northern Premier League.
The 34-year-old has played for many teams since departing Easter Road, most recently Anstey Nomads. Now he is back in the game, in the Division One South East of the English game, which is the eighth tier.
Return to game hailed by club
Logan’s return to the game was hailed on Hibernian’s Twitter account. ‘What a man’ was the three word reply to Stamford’s announcement that Logan had signed for them.
What a man! 💚🏆
— Hibernian FC (@HibernianFC) January 14, 2021
Logan’s career has certainly been interesting. He spent a year out of football before signing for Hibernian on a free transfer in 2016.
He became an immediate hero thanks to making two saves in the Scottish Cup semi-final penalty shoot-out against Dundee United.
A legend at Easter Road
The fact that he started in the Cup final win over Rangers just adds to his legend. He was part of a Hibernian side which ended a 114-year wait to win the Scottish Cup.
That was his last game for Hibernian, and it was a memorable one. Since then, he has had spells at the likes of Rochdale and Mansfield Town, and now is at Stamford.
No doubt Hibernian fans will be keeping an interest in how well he does in his time in the Northern Premier League. If ever Logan has a chance to return to Easter Road in some capacity, he would get a huge ovation you would imagine. He and his teammates from the cup final are club icons.