Hibs have allowed another one of their talented youngsters to leave on loan for experience, goalkeeper Kevin Dabrowski completing a loan move to Dumbarton.
The 22-year-old will join former Hibs boss Jim Duffy’s side for the duration of the 2020/21 season. It’s another spell away from Easter Road in order to get first-team football for Dabrowski, having spent part of last season at Cowdenbeath.
Jack Ross has used the young goalkeeper as back-up to Ofir Marciano so far this term. With the arrival of Dillon Barnes from QPR though, Hibs have moved to get Dabrowski playing every week.
It’s another youngster out on loan for the Hibees, Innes Murray completing a temporary switch to Alloa for the season earlier in the week.
Sporting director Graeme Mathie believes this is a great move for Dabrowski. He says that Dumbarton will give the young Hibee a good platform to showcase the undoubted talent he has between the sticks.
“Kevin really impressed us over pre-season,” said Mathie. “He’s at a key stage of his development and it’s really important that he plays games every week.
“Dumbarton is a club I know well and there are good people there who will give him a great platform to progress this season.
“We’re delighted to confirm this loan move for Kevin and I have no doubt he will return to Easter Road a better player for the experience.”