Midfielder Dale Gorman has become the latest summer signing for Yeovil Town – almost a month after he was first linked with a move to Huish Park.

The Northern Irishman, who played under Glovers’ boss Darren Sarll during a three-year spell at Stevenage, has joined on undisclosed terms  from NIFL Premiership side Glentoran.

A move has been expected ever since reports in Belfast Telegraph at the start of the month.

Speaking to the club’s official website, the 25-year-old said: “I’m delighted to get everything sealed and finalised; I’m just looking forward to the season starting now.

“Our ambition has to be promotion; you look at the size of the football club and not many would expect us to be here.

“We’ll give it a good go this year to try and get back where we should be.

Talking about the former Leyton Orient and Newport County fans on social media, Glentoran fans gave mixed reviews of the player.

@UnofficialGlens said: “He’d the top assists in our team last season, but he generally didn’t start for us.

“Most of these were against the bottom sides in the League. 

“He loves a long ball over the top and has a decent delivery from set pieces.”
But, another Glens’ supporter described him as “a set-piece specialist who never scored from a set piece.”

No idea who Stena Embla (?)  or Gary Windass are, but here are a few other thoughts from Glentoran fans.

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