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Scotland legend David Marshall joined Hibernian FC in the summer of 2022 to challenge himself again in the Scottish top-flight, 15 years on from his last appearance in Scottish football.

The incredibly experienced goalkeeper has made over 600 appearances for club and country and featuring in some momentous matches over the last two decades.

Having come through the Celtic FC Academy, Marshall made his professional First Team debut in February 2003.

As a teenager, he featured in the Hoops 1-0 win over Celtic, replacing Rab Douglas who was sent off at half-time. He went on to make 44 appearances, winning the Scottish Premier League, two Scottish Cups and the Scottish League Cup.

Marshall’s next step took him south of the border joining Norwich City initially on loan before the deal was made permanent in July 2007.

After two years in the English Championship, Marshall joined Cardiff City and spent seven years with The Bluebirds. He helped the Welsh side earn promotion to the English Premier League at the end of the 2012/13 season, playing every minute of the season.

In his first season in the English Premier League, he won Player of the Year at Cardiff City and was named in the Sky Sports Premier League Team of the Year by pundits Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher. Marshall went on to make 281 appearances for the Welsh capital side and was named Club Captain in 2014.

The Scotland star got his second taste of English Premier League football, moving to Hull City in August 2016. Marshall amassed 67 appearances for Tigers across three seasons, before having spells in the English Championship with Wigan Athletic, Derby County and most recently Queens Park Rangers.

On the international football scene, David Marshall is a household name. He wrote his and his country’s name into the history books in 2020 saving Aleksandar Mitrovic's crucial spot-kick to beat Serbia and send Scotland to their first major tournament since 1998.

He made his full international debut on 18 August 2004 in a friendly against Hungary and has gone on to earn 47 caps. He was named in Scotland’s latest squad on 23 May, 2022.

Alongside this, he also set a record for the longest-spanning international career for Scottish player – 16 years, 2 months and 26 days – exceeding a record set by Ned Doig.

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