Adam Morgan | From the Reds to the Bit o' Red
Made me feel a lot better this ⚽️👍😢 pic.twitter.com/bC1sv14kU9 — Adam Morgan (@AMorgan94) December 5, 2016 Now Morgan is on the move again, having recently signed for Sligo Rovers. He is still just 23, and Sligo boss Gerard Lyttle - who has described Morgan's arrival as "a massive signing for the club" - deserves huge credit for convincing Morgan to join the League of Ireland outfit. “I’m really happy to be here,” Morgan told the club's official website. “The move has been on the cards for a while now. It’s the manager that has convinced me to come. I knew there was interest from Sligo and Craig Roddan who is a friend of mine had been speaking to me about possibly come here when it emerged. “But Gerard (Lyttle) was so keen to get me over and it sealed it for me to move. I really like the way he speaks about football and the passion he has for the game. You can tell he is just a really nice man as well and that he wants to be successful with Sligo." Sligo maintained their top-flight status with a strong end to last season, and will be hoping to kick on in 2018, with Morgan likely to be key to any success. What the forward needs now is confidence, stability, and regular game time, all of which he can find at Rovers. Morgan says he has joined the SSE Airtricity League club to score goals, and he has certainly made a decent start. He scored twice on his debut against Linfield in a pre-season friendly last night, in a game which the Bit o' Red lost 6-3. It took the instinctive striker just four minutes to get off the mark, and Sligo fans his brace is the first of many this season.