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Football: Harps ace Mohan to leave club.

FINN Harps star Tom Mohan is looking for a new club.

Mohan, who won the league title with Derry seven years ago, is hoping to get a club closer to his Enniskillen home - which may prompt him to move to the Irish league.

Harps boss, Felix Healy, said: "Tom will be leaving the club for travel reasons.

"And we will be looking to get a couple of bodies in within the next month or so. We are working to that end."

Healy has already got Jon Minnock, Ian Rossiter and James Gallagher to agree new deals.

Meanwhile, Irish international Tommy Butler will decide in the next week whether to stay at Dunfermline.

Butler, 23, has resurrected his career with the Scottish Premier Division side but has not featured as often as he would have liked.

His agent Eamon McLoughlin said: "Tommy's contract is up this month but nothing has been decided."

In other news, Ipswich are giving a trial to Shamrock Rovers midfielder John Kelly.

Kelly had a spell with Liverpool on a full contract before becoming homesick and returning home.

Rovers' manager Roddy Collins, the former Carlisle chief, has agreed to let the player move for his trial period to Suffolk saying: "He has tremendous talent and could well succeed."

Ipswich chief Joe Royle does not expect to make any major signings during the transfer window and Kelly could prove to be his only addition.

He said: "We have a small but highly effective squad. They have done tremendously well so far. There is a good blend of youth and experience and they are capable of seeing us through the season."

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