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Latest News - 30/01/2015

Hoppy moves on! and other deals done

Annan Athletic FC are delighted and at the same saddened to announce the transfer of David Hopkirk to Dunfermilne Athletic FC, we wish David well in full-time football and hopefully he can go on to fulfil the tremendous potential he possesses. In his time at Galabank ‘Hoppy’ made 91 appearances scoring 28 goals for the Galabankies.

David Hopkirk

 The club have also been active on Old Firm weekend bringing in a player from both Celtic and Rangers, both of these players arrive at Galabank on Development loans.
 17-year old Jack Breslin is a central defender but can play in either full back position, Jack played in all ten matches  (for the full 80mins in each game) and was captain for Scotland’s u17s in last years Euro Championships, Scotland lost in the semi final to Holland. Jack is under contract with Celtic until June 2016.
Jack Breslin
 Another 17-year old, Junior Ogen has already tasted Glasgow Cup Final success with Rangers scoring twice in the final against Celtic, Junior joined Rangers from the Jimmy Johnstone Academy, the forward came to Scotland from Cameroon when he was 14 years old, he played at U15 level for Cameroon.
Junior Ogen
  Both players are expected to join the squad for tomorrows match at Montrose. The club are expecting further transfer movements before the window closes on Feb 2nd.
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