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Peterhead manager Jim McInally has confirmed the release of Barry Sellars from his Blue Toon contract.
The 36-year old was signed in the summer from Forfar Athletic by former manager John Sheran, and made ten appearances for the club.
He scored one goal for the club, a free kick in the 3-1 defeat at the hands of Elgin City at Balmoor in September.
Prior to his arrival at Balmoor, Sellars had three spells with Arbroath, two at Forfar, and also spent a short time at Clyde early in his career.
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Defender Alan Rattray and www.chateaudandlau.com midfielder Paul Watson have joined Fife junior side St Andrews United on loan until the end of the season, while winger Aaron Conway has signed a similar deal with Dundee Violet.