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Turriff United manager Dean Donaldson raids former club Keith to sign goalkeeper David Dey


By Craig Christie

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KEITH are on the hunt for a new goalkeeper following David Dey's switch to Highland League rivals Turriff United.

David Dey in action for Keith at Rothes. Picture: Daniel Forsyth.
David Dey in action for Keith at Rothes. Picture: Daniel Forsyth.

Turriff boss Dean Donaldson, who left the management position at Keith last year, made his move this week to snap up his former player.

The Maroons have received a nominal fee from Turriff as part of the deal.

Dey came through Keith's under-20s team to the first team, and returned to the club after a spell working in America.

Current Keith co-managers Andy Roddie and Tommy Wilson placed the club's other goalkeeper Greg Simpson on the transfer list last week, along with midfielder Lee Scott and striker James Olumofe.


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