Keeper Davy O'Hare to leave Coleraine at end of season

Davy O'Hare
Davy O'Hare has spent the past nine seasons at Coleraine

Goalkeeper Davy O'Hare is to leave Coleraine at the end of the season.

With almost 550 appearances across two spells with the club, O'Hare is the longest serving player with the squad, having made his debut in 1991.

O'Hare went on to play for Crusaders and Newry City but has spent the last nine seasons at the Showgrounds.

"Davy has been a great servant to Coleraine and deserves to be remembered as one of the club's great players," said Coleraine boss Oran Kearney.

"To have played so many games over such a long period of time is a fantastic achievement.

"He will be moving on and deserves a last chance to say goodbye to the fans.

"I intend to play him in the last two games of the season and particularly in the home game - I would hope the fans express their gratitude to him for his years of service," added Kearney.

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