The 22 year old Scottish native started in football as a schoolboy with Hearts before signing for Manchester United as a 16 year old and reached an FA Youth Cup Final with the club during his time there. He returned to Scotland, and to Edinburgh, in 2009 and has spent the last four years with SPL side Hibernian. Galbraith has also represented Scotland at underage level.
The exciting left winger is sure to entertain the Limerick FC supporters in Thomond Park this year and is looking forward to the challenge “I’ve heard about the passion of the supporters here and I’m looking forward to playing in front of them at Thomond Park, which will give everyone around the club a great lift.”
Limerick FC manager Stuart Taylor sees Galbraith as an important addition ahead of the new season “Danny is a fantastic signing for the football club and shows the ambition of the club that we’ve signed a player of Danny’s pedigree. He’s brings a different dimension to our squad and will be an essential part of the new look at Limerick in terms of philosophy, ideas and mentality. He’ll be a great addition for the young players to learn from and his presence alone has given the dressing room a lift already.”