Baraclough: Three or four new faces for Sligo Rovers

Baraclough: Three or four new faces for Sligo Rovers

Sligo Rovers manager Ian Baraclough has said Rovers will improve their squad despite the loss of Mark Quigley and Jason McGuinness to Shamrock Rovers.

The 'Bit O Red' won the league this year with McGuinness anchoring defence and Quigley scoring 10 goals and winning the PFAI player of the year prize.

Baraclough said the recruitment personnel for next season is already well underway.

"Progression is natural, and I want to bring in three or four fresh faces," he said.

He added that had been his plan even before the loss of Quigley and McGuinness.

"I'm always on the look-out for players…Whatever they've achieved previously means nothing come the beginning of March (the new season)."

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