Tony McNamee in action against St. Patrick's Athletic
Finn Harps manager Ollie Horgan said the door remains open for Tony McNamee at Finn Park if the player has a change of heart and decides to stay with the club.
The Harps boss spoke of his disappointment this week following the news that the midfielder had signed for his home-town club, Swilly Rovers.
“Tony's a lovely lad, on and off the pitch, and I'm very disappointed to see him go,” Horgan told the Democrat.
“I signed him from Glenavon two years ago and he has been a wonderful addition to Finn Harps during his two years with us.
“I wish him well, and I've told him that the door remains open if he has a change of heart.”
On the plus side, Harps goalkeeper Ciaran Gallagher has agreed a new deal to stay on at the club.
Gallagher had been in and out of the side last season, but with Richard Brush linked with a move to Ballinamallard United, Gallagher's deal will be considered an important piece of business by Horgan and the club.
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