BAJFC attacking midfielder Danny Cavanagh has played his last game for the club as he prepares to leave the city and start a new life in Australia this week.
The former Dundee FC, Lochee United, Montrose FC and Tayport player signed for the Fed in late July this year and made 14 appearances for the Fed this season in league and cup games, his last game was in the 1-0 home defeat against Camelon at the end of October. He managed to score three goals during his time at the club. He wasn’t included in the squad that made the trip to New Central Park in the 3-1 defeat to Kelty Hearts on Saturday.
When Danny signed in July it was noted that he would leave by the end of the year to go on his travels to the other side of the world. He will be missed at the club by all, he gave his all in every game he played for the Fed, a true professional on the pitch.
Manager Keith Gibson said on the loss of Danny…
“I’m gutted to be losing Danny, he’s a great player and lad to have around at the club. We knew possibly this day would come but hoped it was all talk, sadly it’s not. He gave his all when playing for myself and the team and no one will stand in his way as he goes off to do what he wants to do.
We have a wee sweepie going on at the club to see how long he lasts in Australia before he’s homesick. I won’t be releasing him just yet, just in case, but I do wish him all the very best…”