Peterhead manager Jim McInally has confirmed that left back Ryan Conroy will not feature in the Blue Toon’s final three games of the season due to an ankle injury. Ryan had featured in 20 games for the Balmoor men this season before having to come off injured in the first half of the game with Partick Thistle on April 10.
The 33 year old tried to make a comeback last week in training however he felt discomfort in his ankle and manager McInally has now ruled him out of the the remaining post-split games against East Fife, Forfar and Dumbarton and any involvement in play-offs.
Jim said: “Ryan was feeling good about coming back last week and he did some training. However as soon as the pace was stepped up he felt pain in his ankle and we stopped his training. He will not play again this season which is a disappointment to us as he has been a very steady player all season and a disappointment to Ryan as he was enjoying his football.”