Shamrock Rovers have made two new signings today as well as re-signing two more members of the current squad.
Pat Fenlon has added the services of midfielder Gavin Brennan from Drogheda United who becomes the second major loss to the Drogs following Gavan Holohan’s move to Leeside recently.
Brennan, 26 has played with Drogheda United since 2010 and will join his brother Ryan at the Tallaght club.
Fenlon has also signed 25-year-old defender David Webster from Bray Wanderers. Webster joins having played with Bray since 2008.
The Hoops have also re-signed two players, with Rovers’ 2014 Player of the Year, Barry Murphy signing a new two year deal. The Tallaght side have also confirmed that goalkeeper Craig Hyland has committed his future to the club.
Commenting on the signings, Hoops manager Pat Fenlon told Shamrock Rovers’ official website that he is,
“Delighted to have brought the two lads in and I think they’ll fit in well to the squad that we’re building for next year. They’re both still young players but they also have a lot of experience in the league. And I’m glad to have completed deals with our two goalkeepers. They both had good seasons this year for us and will be two solid members of our squad for 2015.”
Rob Lyons, Pundit Arena
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