Regan Hendry has left Raith Rovers for English League Two club Forest Green Rovers as the Celtic academy graduate tries his hand down south.

The midfielder joined Rovers permanently in 2019 following a successful loan spell from Celtic. He has been an integral player for John McGlynn’s side but now moves to the EFL, where he joins the world’s first vegan, carbon-neutral professional sports team.

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Hendry has gone south. (Photo by Kieran Galvin/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

A statement from the League Two club reads: “Forest Green Rovers are delighted to announce the signing of Regan Hendry from Raith Rovers. The attacking midfielder heads to the innocent New Lawn on a two-year-deal after helping the Kirkcaldy-based outfit to a third placed finish in the Scottish Championship, just behind Hearts and Dundee.

“Hendry was an integral member of Rovers’ Scottish League One winning squad during the 2019/20 season – and during the previous campaign, he was named in both the PFA and SPFL Championship Team of the Year. Born in Edinburgh, the 23-year-old started his professional career with Celtic and represented his country at youth levels.”

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