Andrew Hogg signs five-year deal with Hibernians

Malta international goalkeeper Andrew Hogg joined Hibernians, signing a five-year deal.

Hogg was on the books of Greek Superleague side AEL Kallonis for the past three years but last January, he quit the club following a dispute. He played fifty-seven league matches over two-and-a-half years in Greece.

Andrew Hogg made his Premier League debut for Pietà Hotspurs in season 2001/02 and after spending one season on loan with Italian club Bari in 2003/04, returned with the Hotspurs where he became the club’s number one choice for another three years. He was transferred to Valletta in summer 2007. With the Citizens, he won all major honours. In 2012, Hogg moved to Enosis Neon Paralimni in Cyprus where he was the regular choice, making twenty-four appearances.