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06 Aug 2020
Warrenpoint Town manager Barry Gray has made his fifth signing of the summer with the addition of Scottish winger and striker Matthew Knox.
Knox has previously played for Livingston, East Fife and Berwick Rangers, becoming the youngest player in Livi's history when he made his first-team debut against St Mirren just four days after his 16th birthday.
During his time at Livingston, Matthew went on trial at Rangers, Manchester United, Liverpool and Sunderland.
Gray outlined his thoughts on his new addition saying "Matthew is only 20 years old and he’s already attracted massive interest from some very big clubs. He has an enormous amount of ability and he’s so ambitious to kick his career on to a new level. I’m delighted that he has bought into the challenge at Warrenpoint and fully expect him to excel in the season ahead. Hungry players willing to do whatever it takes is fantastic for us as we move forward.
"Matthew has relocated from Edinburgh and we look forward to working closely with him in the year ahead."

In addition, the club have brought back Adam Carroll on loan from Linfield for the 2020/21 season.
The 18-year-old striker initially arrived at Milltown in January, making three appearances before the campaign was curtailed.