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Bray Wanderers have announced the signing of goalkeeper Ryan Coulter, following his departure from Drogheda United.
The 28-year-old joined Pete Mahon’s side towards the end of March, having previously played for Athlone Town, Sligo Rovers and Longford Town.
However, Coulter found game time hard to come by as second choice behind Stephen McGuinness.
He made just two competitive appearances for the Boynesiders, starting in an EA Sports Cup tie against Bray Wanderers, a game the Seagulls won 1-0 thanks to a 13th minute Ryan Brennan penalty.
Coulter made his only league appearance as a substitute in a scoreless draw against Derry City after McGuinness had to be stretchered off following a horror fall after just twelve minutes.
He now joins Bray where he will look to challenge Lee Steacy for the starting spot against Bohemians with first choice goalkeeper Peter Cherrie suspended following his red card in the 3-2 defeat to Finn Harps last week.