Sheridan makes move to Cyprus

Cillian Sheridan has joined APOEL Nicosia after Kilmarnock accepted an offer from the Cypriot side.

Last Updated: 22/06/13 at 13:20 Post Comment

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Cillian Sheridan taking his chance in Cy

Cillian Sheridan taking his chance in Cy

APOEL - managed by former Hearts boss Paulo Sergio - are the reigning Cyprus champions, winning many friends and accolades as they made the quarter-finals of the Champions League two seasons ago.

Sheridan, 24, started his career with Celtic before spending time on loan with Motherwell and St Johnstone and he also enjoyed a short spell in Bulgaria with CSKA Sofia.

He moved to Rugby Park at the start of last season, making 28 appearances, scoring 10 times including a hat-trick at Tynecastle in September.


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