Hibs to play new faces

Last updated : 23 July 2004 By Michael Morris
Hibs boss Tony Mowbray, once a player under Lennie Lawrence, will give a debut to new signing Guillame Beuzelin.

"He’s a very talented football player and has played with some top players, most notably Le Tallec and Pongolle at Liverpool. He will be a very positive addition to the squad. He has a decent pedigree, has good habits and has played at a decent level," said Mowbray.

"Guillaume has been with us for an extended period, we’ve seen him in training every day, in the closed doors match with Albion Rovers and in a game we had among ourselves last Saturday and you can see he is a good, technical player."

Making his first appearance at Easter Rd will be keeper Simon Brown. He played for Hibs in a freindly at Cowdenbeath in midweek.

Another player likely to be involved is Middlesbrough's David Murphy. The defender has been invited by Mowbray for a trial and he looks set to play against cardiff tomorrow.