Tadgh Ryan Departs Treaty for Bohemians

Treaty United have announced that Tadgh Ryan has left the club to sign for Dublin giants Bohemians. Ryan played a key role in helping Treaty make the Airtricity League promotion/relegation play-offs last season claiming four player of the month awards at the club, three of them in quick succession. He will now move to Dalymount Park and make a swift return to Premier Division football.

Treaty wished the player the best for the future in a post on both Twitter and Facebook:

The goalkeeper kept eight clean sheets as he was part of a rock solid defence which provided the backbone to Treaty’s success. The player also paid tribute to the club for giving him the opportunity to play for his hometown club.

Bohemians announced the news on their official Twitter page as they welcomed their new capture who will be vying for a starting berth with James Talbot.

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