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After two successful years, Irish striker Cillian Sheridan is ending his time in Cyprus

The Cavan native joined the Cypriot club in the 2013-14 season.

IRISH STRIKER CILLIAN Sheridan is ending his time in Cyrpus with APOEL Nicosia, the player announced on Twitter today.

The Cavan native, who has three caps for Ireland and whose former clubs include Celtic, Kilmarnock and CSKA Sofia, joined the Cypriot club ahead of the 2013-14 season.

Sheridan helped his side qualify for this season’s Champions League and appeared in every group match, subsequently coming up against sides of the calibre of Barcelona and PSG in the competition.

With his contract now up at APOEL, the 26-year-old striker’s next move remains to be seen.

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