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Shelbourne have signed Finn Harps' player of the year, Mark Coyle. 

The 24-year old midfielder has become Damien Duff's latest recruit to the Tolka Park cause.

Coyle made 34 appearances for Harps last term, helping to keep them in the SSE Airtricity Premier Division. Combative by nature, he also racked up seven yellow cards during the course of the 2021 campaign.

He joins Jack Moylan, Shane Griffin and Sean Boyd in committing to Shels for next season.

"It is brilliant that Mark has decided to join Shelbourne Football Club," said Duff.

"He has an amazing desire and hunger to win, on top of his impressive footballing qualities. He wears his heart on his sleeve and he is someone that the fans, the players and staff will relate to."

Coyle added, "I’m excited about moving down and joining a Club like Shelbourne and one now which is an exciting project.

"Chatting to Damien, it was really exciting and clearly a massive opportunity for myself.

"I’m really excited too for games like the derbies where it will be hostile and the fans will be on top of the tight ground here. I want to improve and make a mark on the team.

"There’s high ambitions here and that’s what will drive us on.”

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