Northern Ireland under-21 international Jamie McDonagh signs for Derry City

Mon, Dec 18 2017

Derry manager Kenny Shiels continues to add this his squad as the 2018 season continues to draw closer. Credit: Michael P Ryan

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Derry City have confirmed the signing of Northern Ireland Under-21 International Jamie McDonagh. 

 

The former Sligo Rovers winger also took to the field over 30 times for Scottish Championship side, Greenock Morton. 

 

McDonagh, 21, becomes the Candy Stripes eighth signing since they qualified for Europe last season. 

 

Derry City manager, Kenny Shiels has tracked the player for some time and has high hopes for his future.