Coulter retires.

Wednesday, 30 May 2018

Coulter retires. thumbnail Club Chairman Howard Murray and Aaron Black presents player Stevie Coulter with a first team signed jersey.

LONG-SERVING Rathfriland FC player, Stevie Coulter has brought the curtain down on an illustrious career, which included spells at Loughgall and Crusaders before joining 'The Whites' at Iveagh Park.

Stevie was a hard-working all-action player and an example to all young players on how to apply themselves on the football pitch.

Thankfully for Rathfriland FC, Stevie is not retiring completely from the club and will now take up the reins as Rangers Reserves manager.

There will be a strong link with Aaron Black's first team and this is a great opportunity for Stevie, all young players and the club too on a new way forward at second string level.

The team will continue to compete in the Reserve Championship and Stevie will be assisted by local boys, David Gilmore and Mark Gracey.

At the club awards night on Saturday night (26 May) Stevie was thanked for his playing services and welcomed to the management team by being presented with his favourite number 8 shirt, which was signed by all the first team Rangers squad which he had just retired from.

The committee is delighted to have Stevie on board in this new capacity and wish him all the success for the future.


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