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Tam Scobbie: Has left Falkirk for SPL

Tam Scobbie: Has left Falkirk for SPL

The 24-year-old, who can feature at left-back or centre-half, has left Falkirk on a Bosman free transfer.

Scobbie had spent his whole career with Falkirk but has now opted to move to the top-flight.

He will compete with Callum Davidson for the left-back berth at McDiarmid Park.

Falkirk have moved quickly to replace him, signing Luke Leahy from English non-league outfit Rugby Town.

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