Position Goal Keeper
Signed Friday 24.01.20
Forest Green Rovers signed goalkeeper Conrad Logan on loan from fellow League Two side Mansfield Town until the end of the season in January 2020.
The 33-year-old was involved in the League Two play-offs last season with Mansfield, falling eventually on penalties to Newport County, and has been vying for the number one jersey this term with Austrian Bobby Olejnik, making 25 appearances and keeping six clean sheets.
Logan began his career in England with the Leicester City Academy in 2001, where he went on to make 23 appearances, as well as enjoying loan moves to Boston United, Stockport County and Luton Town as he developed his trade.
It was at Stockport that he helped them to promotion to League One via the play-offs and at the time of his release from Leicester in 2015, he was the club’s longest-serving player.
He joined Scottish club Hibernian in 2016 after a year out of the game, and made an immediate impact in the Scottish Cup for them, pulling off a string of superb saves, including two in a penalty shoot-out on debut in the semi-final, going on to lift the trophy with them.
After a return to Rochdale in League One, the Republic of Ireland youth international joined Mansfield in May 2017 and helped them to the play-offs last term, the Stags falling agonisingly shy of automatic promotion on the final day of the season.