The young attacker has been pivotal for the Scottish outfit with three goals in his last four games, helping the club to a fifth-place spot on the table.
“I have played four games since I joined Falkirk on loan and scored three times and a couple of assists also. I am pleased to have started pretty well. Hopefully, long may it continue,” Kabia told FSL news.
He was born in Ireland to an Irish mother, an English father and his grandad was from Sierra Leone named Moses James Kabia.
“I was born in Ireland – my mum is Irish, my dad is English. So, I played all my youth football in Ireland, where I started my professional career.”
Kabia signed a two-and-a-half-year contract with Scottish Premiership side Livingston on January 8th 2021, before he was sent on loan to join Scottish League One side Falkirk until the end of the season.
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