Former Hibs winger Danny Galbraith has today signed for Irish side Limerick.
The 22-year-old has signed a two-year-deal with the newly promoted premier division side.
In a twist of fate, Limerick are about to embark on a pre-season trip of Scotland, and Galbraith will quickly be back at the Hibees East Mains training facility, as they face the Hibs in a friendly, as well as Dundee Utd while in Scotland.
Galbraith, speaking to the official Limerick website said:
“I’ve heard about the passion of the supporters here and I’m looking forward to playing in front of them at Thomond Park, which will give everyone around the club a great lift.”
Galbraith joined the Hibees in 2009 following his release from Manchester United.
He signed for United from Hearts as a 16-year-old in a then reported £50,000 deal, but failed to make the grade at Old Trafford.
Danny played over 50 games for the Hibees and scored 1 goal. The goal coming with just minutes to go against Celtic at Parkhead, as the Hibees ran out 2-1 winners in January 2010.
He has been capped by Scotland at U16 level.
Good luck to Danny at his new club.