Hibs have revealed that long-serving club secretary and operations director Garry O’Hagan is leaving following a “restructure” of the Easter Road outfit’s management.
Formerly general manager, O’Hagan has been with the club for 17 years, and during that time has played a pivotal role in a number of key developments – in particular the creation of the club’s £5 million training centre at East Mains and the redevelopment of Easter Road.
Chairman Rod Petrie said: “Garry has played an important part in creating the infrastructure which is of so much benefit to the club today, and his role as club secretary saw him play a vital role in supporting all of our football operations.
“Everyone at the club wishes Garry well for the future, and he is welcome back at Easter Road Stadium at any time.”
O’Hagan said: “I have enjoyed my time with Hibs immensely. It’s been a great honour and privilege to serve the club and its supporters for the last 17 years.
“We face a busy end to the season with the play-offs and hosting the Scotland match against Qatar in early June, so I felt that it was best that we communicate things now so that the focus from here in can be on the football still to be played.
“I’d like to thank all of my colleagues at the club for their support and hard work during my time with the club. “I wish the club, board, manager, players, staff and, of course, the supporters every success.”