Hibs confirm exit of midfielder after 18 months
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Hibs have confirmed the departure of development squad midfielder Tommy Block.
The 20-year-old has made an agreement with the club as he looks to find first-team football next season.
Block arrived at Easter Road in the 2019 January transfer window from English non-league side Bognor Regis following a successful trial spell.
While he never made an appearance for the first team, he did make the bench for a Scottish Cup clash with Elgin City, the day after signing for Hibs.
At the time he said: “Struggling to find the words to do the last 24 hours justice. Between signing last night and making the bench today, I feel so lucky. Thanks to everyone for making me feel so welcome and I will do everything I can to repay the club for this opportunity.”
Block also enjoyed a fruitful loan stint with Queen’s Park.
In a statement on the Hibs website, the club wished the player all the best for the future.
It read: “He applied himself with total commitment on and off the park, featuring in our specially arranged Development Squad games programme, and will always be welcome back in Edinburgh.”