Euclides Cabral and Andrew Quinn depart Shelbourne
Shelbourne have confirmed that defensive pair Euclides Cabral and Andrew Quinn have left the club.
And their exits come in the week of a busy week of player announcements at the Tolka Park outfit.
Keith Ward and Sean Gannon have both joined from Dundalk and Shamrock Rovers - while a host of other names have re-signed, including Shane Farrell.
Meanwhile, Luke Byrne has retired from professional football after a stint in Drumcondra.
And he has been joined in the departure gate at the club by Cabral and Quinn.
Cabral, 24, was previously on the books of Apollon Limassol and St Gallen before moving to Dublin during the summer.
But his spell at Tolka was a short one as he made just five appearances.
Although, he scored with his first touch against St Patrick’s Athletic in a thrilling 2-1 win over Jon Daly’s men in September.
Quinn, 24, leaves the Reds after making 16 league appearances for the club.
He only joined Damien Duff’s ranks 12 months ago from Drogheda United.
Shelbourne FC can confirm Euclides Cabral and Andrew Quinn have left the club.— Shelbourne FC (@shelsfc) November 25, 2023
We thank them both for their time here and wish them all the best for the future. pic.twitter.com/4ntlO10rD1