Aberdeen goalkeeper Danny Rogers rejoins Falkirk on loan

Danny Rogers helped Falkirk reach the play-off final last season. Picture: Michael Gillen

Danny Rogers helped Falkirk reach the play-off final last season. Picture: Michael Gillen

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Aberdeen goalkeeper Danny Rogers has rejoined Falkirk on loan for another season

Rogers, who was included in the PFA Scotland Championship Team of the Year, played 44 times for Falkirk last season keeping 16 clean sheets and helping the club to the Premiership play-off final.

Falkirk manager Peter Houston said he was delighted with Rogers’ return.

“The improvement in his game throughout last season was fantastic and I’m sure he will continue that development over the course of this season,” Houston told the club’s website.

“You know what you get with Danny, a solid, hardworking goalkeeper and a great all-round character.”

The new signing left a personalised message to Falkirk fans on a special phone line, saying “Guess who’s back, back again!”

Rogers added: “I’ll never forget those play-off matches last year and the atmosphere at them all was incredible. That was my final memory of last year and I can’t wait to make many more this season.”

The New York-born Irishman has never made an appearance for his parent club Aberdeen, but travelled with the squad to their game against CS Fola Esch. He has spent time on loan at Airdrie and Dumbarton in previous seasons.

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