Charlie Calderwood

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Manager, Dean Shiels, has swooped to make his third signing of the summer bringing in experienced centre half Dean Curry. I’m delighted to sign Dean. He brings quality to the team, he brings balance being left sided and most of all be brings a willingness to defend. We leaked a lot of goals last season …

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Cathair Friel Comes In On Loan

Dungannon Swifts FC are pleased to announce the arrival of Cathair Friel. The striker joins on loan from Coleraine until the end of the season. After a brief spell at The Showgrounds in 2011, Friel would make his name at Limavady United where his 46 goals in a single season helped the Roesiders win the …

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McDonald returns to Stangmore Park

Dungannon Swifts FC are delighted to announce the signing of Ruairi McDonald from Annagh United. He joins on a two and a half year deal for an undisclosed fee. McDonald re-joins Dungannon Swifts after spending six seasons at Stangmore before joining Annagh United in 2018. During his previous stint at Dungannon, he also had a …

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TRANSFER NEWS | Stangmore Reunion for McCready

Dean Shiels has moved quickly to secure the services of Joe McCready, ten years after he left Dungannon Swifts to join Coleraine FC. “I’m thrilled to be signing again for Dungannon! It was a fast process – Dean (Shiels) only contacted me a couple of days ago but I’m happy it was sorted out without …

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TRANSFER NEWS | McCarron makes the switch to Stangmore

Dean Shiels has further bolstered his squad for the 2021/22 season by bringing in forward Sean McCarron. Sean, 29, most recently played for Dergview and featured in the Championship side’s Irish Cup run last season. Previously of Derry City, Finn Harps, Cliftonville and Institute, McCarron will certainly add much needed firepower to the Swifts attacking …

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TRANSFER NEWS | Dylan Signs On The Line

Dungannon Swifts manager Kris Lindsay has further strengthened his squad with the addition of midfielder Dylan O’Kane. O’Kane, from Bangor, has recently returned from America where he spent four years at college – the first two with Tiffin University, Ohio and the last two with Wingate University, North Carolina. Before this he was on the …

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