Hibs confirm Pa Kujabi and Danny Galbraith are free to find new clubs
Pat Fenlon tells misfit pair they can exit Easter Road after falling out of favour.
Hibernian outcasts Danny Galbraith and Pa Kujabi have been told they are free to find new clubs.
Galbraith, 22, last featured for Pat Fenlon’s side in a year ago, as Hibs lost 3-2 at home to St Johnstone.
The former Hearts youth moved to Manchester United in 2006 before returned north to Hibs on a free transfer in 2009.
Kujabi has only turned out once for Hibs since he was red carded in May’s Scottish Cup final defeat to Hearts, a start in the team’s 2-0 League Cup loss at Queen of the South.
The 26-year-old left back is a Gambian internationalist who penned an 18 month contract with the Easter Road men last January.
Speaking in the Edinburgh Evening News, manager Pat Fenlon said both were free to leave.
He said: “Danny has been training with Dunfermline and he is looking to get another club at the moment.
“Pa has not been in the team and hasn’t been around the squad for a while. We have said to him he can find himself somewhere else.
“It’s difficult for Pa because he has a fantastic attitude. We’ve never had a problem with him.
“Danny is a different situation. He has not been in with us for a good few months and he is looking to get himself sorted out somewhere else.”