Jaze Kabia makes Scottish Premiership debut
Former Cobh Ramblers player Jaze Kabia made his Scottish Premiership debut last night.
The winger was introduced as a second half substitute in Livingston's 2-2 draw with champions Celtic.
Kabia, son of former Cork City and Cobh Ramblers striker Jason, was also involved in Scott Brown's sending off - the Celtic captain swung his arm at the 20 year old, catching him in the face. Brown had just come on as a sub for the Hoops.
Corkman Kabia signed for Livingstone earlier this month after spending the last two years with Shelbourne.
You can view Brown's sending off here.
Eventful night for former Shels winger Jaze Kabia - He made his Scottish premiership debut for Livingston against Celtic tonight and was then the collateral damage in Scott Brown's brainless red card. pic.twitter.com/VMHN0bSiEm— Gavin Cooney (@gcooney93) January 20, 2021
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