Thursday 23 January 2020

Mikey Drennan faces 'massive decision' after St Pat's exit

Mikey Drennan has left St Patrick's Athletic. Photo: Sportsfile
Mikey Drennan has left St Patrick's Athletic. Photo: Sportsfile

Aidan Fitzmaurice

Striker Mikey Drennan admits he faces a "massive decision" after his exit from St Patrick's Athletic was confirmed.

The Kilkenny native joined the Saints from Sligo Rovers, in a contested move, on a two year deal but after one frustrating season at Richmond Park, his time is up and he becomes the latest player to leave as part of a clear out by manager Stephen O'Donnell.

Cian Coleman, Gary Shaw, Glen McAuley, Conor Clifford, Ciaran Kelly and Kevin Toner have all departed the club while Simon Madden, James Doona, Rhys McCabe and Brendan Clarke are expected to leave.

Meanwhile, Sligo Rovers confirmed that Romeo Parkes will not be at the Showgrounds next season and will play in the USA, for family reasons, though Rovers retain an option on him for the 2021 campaign.

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