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Premier Intermediate


05 Oct 2020
© Bangor FC Bangor manager Lee Feeney
Bangor manager Lee Feeney has bolstered his squad ahead of the imminent closure of the transfer window.
Feeney has brought in four new faces, namely Jonathon Doey, Max Davidson, Sean Og Gallagher and Paul McLaughlin.
Doey arrives at the Bangor Fuels Arena from Dundela after featuring in recent friendlies. The 23-year-old defender made four appearances for the Duns last season, and a further 17 for Ballyclare Comrades prior to that.
Davidson, a 17-year-old full-back, joins from Ballymena United for whom he turned out 24 times last term in the U20 Development League.
Gallagher has been drafted in from fellow PIL club Lisburn Distillery. The 19-year-old midfielder signed for the Whites in January, making three appearances and scoring once, but before that was on Glentoran's books.
And another former Glenman, Paul McLaughlin, completes the quartet of new arrivals. The 19-year-old keeper arrives on loan after captaining the Seconds at the Oval last season.