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The 18-year-old Irishman arrives after a short spell at Crewe, and can play at either full-back or centre-half.

"I'm buzzing for the new season and cannot wait," Gorman told the Daily Record.

Gorman joins Curtis Allen, Ben Greenhalgh, Harry Hooman, Marley Watkins, James Vincent, Adam Evans and Danny Williams as new arrivals at the Caledonian Stadium.

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