Cliftonville winger Ryan Curran signs long-term contract at Solitude
Cliftonville winger Ryan Curran has penned a new long-term contract at Solitude.
The 25-year-old, who joined from Ballinamallard United last summer scored 16 goals in his first season with the reds.
Curran scored many important goals for Paddy McLaughlin's side including Cliftonville’s 4-2 victory over Coleraine, Curran bagged another brace when Crusaders were defeated 2-0 in the final North Belfast Derby of the Danske Bank Premiership season.
As the reds qualified for the Europa League the wide-man scored a last minute equaliser against Coleraine in a game the Reds eventually won 5-3.
Meanwhile, Ross Lavery and Damien McNulty, who spent the second half of the season at Ards, have been made available for transfer.
The club have offered their best wishes to Brian Neeson and Ruairi Harkin who have left Solitude.
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