FINN HARPS HAVE confirmed the departure of three players from the first team squad this morning.
The list includes midfielder Raymond Foy, whose exit will raise the biggest questions among Harps supporters.
Striker Michael Rafter is also confirmed as having left the club, but the Tipperary native made only a couple of cameo appearances during an injury-hit period.
Matthew Crossan had already been announced as a Fanad United player and Harps manager Ollie Horgan had previously confirmed that the Killea man had left his squad because of work commitments.[adrotate group=”50″]
Castlefin man Foy, however, was Harps’ player of the year last season when they won promotion back into the Premier Division.
Game time for the combative midfielder has been limited so far this season and, in a short statement this morning, Harps have said that he has decided to leave ‘by mutual consent’.
The statement reads: “Finn Harps FC would like to thank Michael Rafter, Matt Crossan and Raymond Foy, all of whom have departed from the club by mutual consent over the past weeks.
“We are grateful for their hard work and contribution since joining the club and wish all three well with their future careers.”[adrotate group=”37″] Tags: