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03rd Jan 2017

Promising Irish striker seals move to Scottish Premiership

From the Leinster Senior League to the Scottish top flight

Ben Kiely

From the Leinster Senior League to the Scottish top flight.

Bluebell United striker Dean Ebbe is on the way to Scotland. The 22-year-old has made the switch from the Leinster Senior League for the Scottish Premiership after signing for Inverness Caledonian Thistle, as the Junior Soccer Portal report.

Inverness didn’t take long to sign Ebbe, securing his signature just after the transfer window opened on January 1.

The young prospect had only joined Bluebell from from Collinstown FC at the start of the 2016/17 season, but had impressed with his performances which included a four-goal route against UCD earlier in the campaign.

He joins the Scottish Premiership outfit when they are a little worse for wear, battling it out in the relegation zone. He will be hoping to help them stay in the top flight next season as they are currently languishing in 12th place, just four points from safety. Their last league win came against Motherwell in October.

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