Edinburgh City Football Club are delighted to announce the signing former Hibernian, Gillingham and York City winger Danny Galbraith.
The 28-year-old wide man began his career as a school boy at Hearts, moving to Manchester United at the age of 16. Injuries prevented him from breaking into the first team at United however and he subsequently joined Hibernian in 2009, going on to make more than 50 appearances for the Easter Road side. Since leaving Hibs in 2013, he has played in the Irish League for Limerick, as well as Leagues 1 and 2 in England for Gillingham and, latterly, the National League with York City.
On joining City, Danny said: “I’ve been training with the squad for the last few weeks and have been really impressed with the set up here. It’s great to become a part of what is an exciting time for the club. I was already familiar with some of the players and hopefully, I can help the squad build on their fantastic start to the season.”
Manager James McDonaugh added: “Danny arrives to us at a time where he has been out for a long period and so expectations cannot be too high. However, he is a player I’ve known for years, one with a great attitude and a boy who looks after himself and is in good shape naturally. He will be a fine addition to our squad and we all welcome Danny to the club.”