Dale Gorman says he ‘can’t wait’ to get started at Leyton Orient having signed a two-year deal at Brisbane Road.
Gorman joins the O’s having left Stevenage at the end of the 2017/18 season.
Orient play in the National League having been relegated from the Football League in 2017.
Letterkenny native Gorman was five years at Stevenage and has been snapped up by Justin Edinburgh.
“I am delighted to sign for this great Club and I am looking forward to the success in the future,” Gorman said.
“With the players, people and fans we have here already the new season is set to be something special, and I can’t wait to get started.”
Gorman sustained a broken angle in April when playing against Coventry City, but is looking to make an impact at Orient.
Director of Football Martin Ling said “We are delighted to welcome Dale Gorman to the football club. He is a young and energetic central midfielder with football league experience, playing over 50 games in League Two. He is a lad that has been on our radar for a while and compliments the other central midfielders we already have at the Club. Gorman will be wearing the number 17 shirt for us in the 2018/19 Season.”Tags: