Dunfermline Athletic

Paul George

Paul moved to Celtic as a 15 year old when Tommy Burns was there. He made his senior debut on 21 September 2011 when he came on as a late substitute in a 2-0 League Cup win over Ross County.

He suffered a broken leg on 7 April 2012 in an under 19 Old Firm match. After recovering from his injury, Paul joined Hamilton on loan in January 2014 and made six appearances in total. He was treleased by Celtic in January 2015.

Although other clubs were interested, Paul was so keen to come that he offered to play in the Fife Cup semi final against Cowdenbeath. The 21 year old from Downpatrick in Northern Ireland signed the following Tuesday.

Capped for Northern Ireland at Under 16 and Under 17 level. Killough born George started his international career with Northern Ireland. In 2011, he switched allegiance to the Republic of Ireland earning under-17 and under-19 caps.

Made his Dunfermline debut as a half time sub in the 3-2 home victory over Stenhousemuir on 14th February 2015 but we're released at the end of the season.

Six Dunfermline appearances, no goals.

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