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Cillian Sheridan completes transfer to APOEL FC

21 June 2013 4,010 views No Comment Written by Ronan

Former Republic of Ireland international striker Cillian Sheridan has joined Cypriot champions APOEL FC from Kilmarnock.

The three-time Ireland international has signed a one-year-contract with the Cypriot Championship First Division winners, and should get a taste of UEFA Champions League action later this year.

Sheridan started his professional career at Celtic, spending time on loan at Motherwell, Plymouth Argyle, and St Johnstone, and also winning a call-up to the Ireland under-21 set-up. He went on to win 10 u21 caps and score two goals before Giovanni Trapattoni gave him his senior debut in 2010 against Paraguay. A move to CSKA Sofia followed, but Sheridan failed to make the desired impact in Bulgaria and returned to Scotland to join Kilmarnock last September.

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