Berwick Rangers are delighted to confirm the additions of David Banjo, Charlie Denton and Finn Graham, all of whom join the club on one year deals.
Banjo, 24, joins the club following spells with both Arbroath and Montrose. The midfield man joined the Mo in January, netting a brace past league champions Albion Rovers on his debut, and going on to feature in nine games.
However it will be the regular football he enjoyed with Arbroath that he’ll be looking to replicate, his best form resulting in 46 appearances over two seasons – 34 of which came during the 2013-2014 season. The 24-year-old rejected Arbroath’s offer of a new deal to pursue full-time football, however this would be a conract Banjo could not find, leading him to join Montrose for match fitness this year, a move which will do his chances in a Berwick shirt no harm this season.
Youngster Denton joins from Kirkcaldy YMJFC after featuring prominently with the first team throughout pre-season.
Denton may be familiar to some fans – Manager Colin Cameron has had his eye on the versatile wide man for well over six months and has featured in the Development Squad as a trialist on plenty of ocassions. The left footer will be looking to build on the form that has earnt him a permanent move and break into the first team over the coming season.
Graham meanwhile joins the club from Dunfermline Athletic after rising through the youth ranks – having been with the Fife club since the age of just 8. Another central midfielder, the 19-year-old will be looking to build on his five appearances in senior football to date, whether it means he must keep fellow new addition Banjo out the squad or by partnering him in the midfield.
The ex-Pars midfielder debuted against Rangers in 2014 and has impressed as a trialist in recent games, opting for a move to Berwick as he seeks more regular football, despite the interest from his former club in renewing his contract, having also featured in pre-season for Dunfermline.