Former Yeovil Town defender Dan Seaborne is off to Ireland for his next career move. The 31 year old has signed for League of Ireland Premier Division side Derry City, having been released by League Two side Exeter City at the end of last season. He's agreed a deal that will run until the end of their calendar-based 2018 season.
Seaborne had spent half of the 2017-18 season at St James Park, in what was his second spell with the Grecians, playing a fairly minor 'squad filler' role in their first team set-up. Since leaving Yeovil Town midway through their 2013-14 season, he's had a fairly varied career, initially joining Coventry City, who at that time were in the division below, managing 24 appearances with the Sky Blues during that season, to add to the 11 games he played for the Glovers at the start of their Championship stay.
After Coventry also terminated his stay by mutual consent, Seaborne spent the next two years with Partick Thistle, in the Scottish Premiership, playing 57 times and scoring two goals. In the summer of 2016 he had two aborted moves to go overseas, training with I-League side Mohun Bagan and Greek side Olympiacos. However, he then headed back to Scotland instead, playing 13 times for Hamilton Academical in the Scottish Premiership. Having been left without a club during the summer of 2017, he then headed off to Exeter, who he began his career with.
Link: Dan Seaborne : Yeovil Town Statistics.
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