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01 Jul 2021
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David Cushley has been unveiled as Stuart King's second signing for Carrick Rangers.
The 31-year-old forward makes the switch to the Loughshore Hotel Arena after spending five seasons with Crusaders. Prior to that he was twice with Ballymena United either side of a stint at Lisburn Distillery.
King, only in the Carrick hotseat a few weeks, was delighted with his latest acquisition.
"This is an absolutely massive signing for us, and I am delighted to have him on board," he told the official club website.
"I know what David is all about as I have known him a long time and for us to get him, given there were several other Premiership clubs chasing his signature, is brilliant. He is going to make a massive difference to our attacking options going forward so I’m over the moon to get the deal done."