Former Falkirk keeper Danny Rogers to leave Aberdeen

Former Falkirk goalkeeper Danny Rogers will be on the look out for a new club this summer following his release by Premiership side Aberdeen.
Rodgers was first choice keeper at the Falkirk Stadium between 2015 and 2017Rodgers was first choice keeper at the Falkirk Stadium between 2015 and 2017
Rodgers was first choice keeper at the Falkirk Stadium between 2015 and 2017

The Irishman spent two seasons on-loan at the Falkirk Stadium from the Dons in 2015/16 and 2016/17 where he made 64 appearances.

After his time with the Bairns he had loan spells with St Mirren and most recently Greenock Morton.

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The former Republic of Ireland Under-21 international, who has also received a call up to his countries senior squad although did not earn a cap, broke the news this evening on Twitter.

He wrote: "After 9 years my time at @AberdeenFC is over. I want to thank all the staff and fans for an amazing journey.I leave with great friends and memories. Wearing the badge of this club was a honour I’ll never forget."

During his first season with the Bairns the now 26-year old was named in the PFA Championship Team of the Season.

Despite two impressive seasons with Falkirk he only made three first team appearances for Aberdeen and also had loan spells with Airdrieonians and Dumbarton earlier in his career.