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Three join Stirling Albion from Agathe's academy

Heeking Jerome, Mathis Yohan and Jeremy Judith
Heeking Jerome, Mathis Yohan and Jeremy Judith are all from Renunion

Stirling Albion have signed three players from from former Celtic winger Didier Agathe's Acadamy.

Heeking Jerome, Mathis Yohan and Jeremy Judith have all signed from the First Division side's 'So You Think You're Good Enough' programme.

All three are from Reunion, the French island colony in the Indian Ocean, where Agathe was born.

"We hope the Reunion Islands can add to the future success of the club," Agathe told the club's website.

Agathe began his career at French side Montpellier HSC before moving to Scotland to join Raith Rovers and then Hibernian.

I spent some wonderful years developing my footballing career in Scotland and I hope that through our relationship with Stirling Albion more young players from the Reunion Islands can mirror my success

Didier Agathe

He moved to Celtic in September 2000, winning three championship titles and formed part of the squad that reached the 2003 Uefa Cup final in Seville.

Agathe added: "I spent some wonderful years developing my footballing career in Scotland and I hope that through our relationship with Stirling Albion more young players from the Reunion Islands can mirror my success."

The Binos will unfurl the Second Division flag in their home match against Cowdenbeath on Saturday and manager John O'Neill was pleased to add to his squad.

"It's very exciting to have uncovered some new talent through our new programme.

"All three players have big ambitions to reach the heights of more famous Reunion Island players like Didier Agathe, who launched a very successful career here in Scotland."



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