Marsh was freed from
He made thirty nine appearances last season and his efforts between the sticks made a major contribution to our sixth place finish. He played his part in the last league game that season and the 2-1 defeat of Celtic at
One of his best performances for us was the CIS Cup semi final against Hearts at Easter Road. Not only did he perform heroics in goal but his talk to the team as they prepared for the extra time period is said to have been inspirational. He even managed to collect a red card at
He played for East Fife, Falkirk, Celtic, Stoke St Mirren and Kilmarnock before coming to
Big Marsh joined in the dressing room celebrations after the CIS Quarter final dressed in ‘civies” – the BBC’s unusual camera position captured the moment. We all wish him well.
Gordon would be the first to offer congratulations to the youngster and it seemed a natural progression for him to move on to a coaching position. Tony Mobray said, “After such a long and distinguished playing career, Gordon sees the movement into goalkeeper coaching as the next step in his career progression. He is determined to make an impact as a coach and is very enthusiastic about the role at Hibernian.”