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Tim Clancy leaves Sligo Rovers

Sligo Rovers can announce that Tim Clancy has departed the club by mutual consent.

The defender is leaving The Showgrounds for family reasons.

32 year-old Clancy initially signed for Rovers almost a year ago on loan from Shamrock Rovers.

After making his debut in Limerick he played a key role in last year’s successful relegation battle scoring his only goal for the club with the winner against Derry City.

Dave Robertson signed Clancy permanently for the 2016 season.

The Trim, Co. Meath native played seven times this season and was team captain.

However an injury originally sustained in the game away to Bray Wanderers has kept him out for a period.

All at the club would like to thanks him for his contributions to the club over the past year and give him our best wishes in his future career.

Rovers can also confirm that loan players Jaanai Gordon and Jordon Richards have returned to their parent clubs West Ham United and Notts County respectively as their loan contacts have concluded. We also wish them the very best in the rest of their career.

With no SSE Airtricity League game this weekend Rovers have arranged a friendly with Galway United on Friday at 12pm. It is being played at Michael Keaveney Park, Ballyglass, Co. Mayo.

image Credit: RTE

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