Hogg seals Inverness switch
Chris Hogg is joining Inverness Caledonian Thistle after being released by Hibernian.
Inverness Caledonian Thistle have snapped-up Chris Hogg after the defender was released by Hibernian. The player has signed a deal until the end of the season.
Hogg was deemed surplus to requirements at Easter Road as Colin Calderwood seeks to revamp his under-performing squad. The former Hibs captain had been heavily linked with a move to Lincoln City, but Terry Butcher has acted swiftly to take the player north.
Hogg was dropped by former Hibs boss John Hughes after a 1-0 defeat at St Mirren in August but, following the manager’s departure from the club, he was initially reinstated by Calderwood.
However, he didn’t hold the captain’s armband, or his place is the team, for long, as Derek Riordan was made captain.
Hogg has been the longest serving player at Easter Road and has clocked up over 150 performances in the last six years.
STV understands that Inverness have had no fresh offers for their on-form hit-man Adam Rooney.