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  • Ross Doohan moves to Greenock Morton on loan

    Ross Doohan moves to Greenock Morton on loan

    By: Mark Henderson on 17 Aug, 2017 18:00

  • CELTIC can confirm that young goalkeeper Ross Doohan has joined Greenock Morton on a development loan for the first half of the season.

    The 19-year-old has featured regularly for the second-string over the past 18 months, seeing involvement in competitions such as the Irn Bru Cup, the UEFA Youth League and the Premier League International Cup.

    And he will head to the Championship side until January 4, with the aim of garnering further first-team experience as he looks make the grade in Paradise.  

    He becomes the third young Celt to depart on a temporary deal in the past week, with midfielder Joe Thomson joining fellow Championship side Livingston until the start of 2018.

    Teenager Kieran Patrick Campbell, who starred for the double-winning Celtic U17s last season, has also signed for Lowland League champions East Kilbride on a development loan until January.

    Everyone at Celtic wishes the Bhoys all the best during their time out on loan.  

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