Raith Rovers players who have also played for Hibernian
There are a number of players who have represented both Raith Rovers and Hibernian over the years.
Ahead of the Scottish Cup tie this Saturday, we take a look at some names you might remember gracing the turf at both Stark’s Park and Easter Road.
5. Keith Wright, striker
A natural finisher, Wright started at Raith in 1983, then spent five years at Dundee before joining Hibs in 1991. After six years, returned to Raith for a spell in 1998. Of his 222 career goals, 73 were for Raith and 59 for Hibs.
The man whose free-kick was responsible for the famous Bayern 0, Raith 1 scoreboard. Began his career at Hibs before signing for Raith for �30,000 in 1993. Made 152 appearances for Rovers, scoring 14 goals. Now manager of Clyde.
Joined Raith from Millwall for �150,000 in 1997, scoring 13 times in 50 games. Moved to Hibs where he won the First Division title in 1998-99. Went on to win silverware with Hearts and Celtic and earned 25 Scotland caps.
Raith's most decorated player having won 3 league titles and a League Cup across 3 spells. A cornerstone of the team's success in the 90s he made over 400 appearances in total. Also won the First Division with Hibs in 1999.