Hibernian players returned to pre-season training with some new faces around the dressing room.
Pat Fenlon’s summer purchases James McPake, Tim Clancy and Paul Cairney were present and correct as the hard work got underway at the club’s East Mains training facility.
Returning to the squad was loanee Jorge Claros, and youngsters Scott Smith and Callum Antell were also involved.
There were also two new faces who are undergoing a trial with the Easter Road club.
Former Dunfermline and Aberdeen midfielder Mark Kerr was present and wearing the number seven training kit, while full back Alan Maybury, who used to play for city rivals Hearts and was most recently at St Johnstone, went through his paces in the number 18 jersey.
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