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Despite his failure at Manchester United, Bebe has actually gone on to have a decent career across Portugal and Spain.
The Portuguese attacker arrived at Old Trafford in 2010 with Sir Alex Ferguson not actually seeing him play and signing him on the recommendation of former assistant Carlos Queiroz.
Bebe spent four years with the Red Devils, but only made seven appearances and spent more time out on loan, with three temporary spells away from the club.
He's regularly dubbed as a 'flop' after failing to live up to the expectations from his reported £7.4million transfer fee.
But Bebe, to his credit, has actually forged a pretty decent career since, appearing for Benfica and a few other Portuguese teams as well as La Liga sides Córdoba, Rayo Vallecano and now Eibar.
And he's doing quite well with Eibar, scoring five goals in 23 games this season - with his latest coming in the 3-1 win over Las Palmas last night.
It was a great goal Bebe scored and he followed it up by brutally clotheslining a team-mate as he ran off to celebrate:
JBL, the master of the 'Clothesline from Hell', would have been proud of that one.
Back to Bebe, if the 26-year old can continue this form between now and the end of the season he could end up playing a very pivotal role in one of Eibar's best ever La Liga campaigns. They are currently in eighth place in the league.