Stevenage FC can announce some movements within the first team squad that have been confirmed today.
Miguel Comminges has signed a new contract with the club until the end of the season, whilst Andy Iro has agreed to extend his loan deal with Barnet for a further month.
Meanwhile, Don Cowan has been released from the club by mutual consent and is now a free agent. Cowan joined the club on transfer deadline day in 2011 but has had his Boro career hampered by injury. We would like to thank him for his contributions to the side and wish him luck for the future.
Comminges, 30, first played for manager Gary Smith at Colorado Rapids and after a successful trial in the summer he was offered a 6-month contract at the Lamex. After a string of excellent performances across the Boro backline he has agreed an extended deal and today spoke of his pleasure at putting pen to paper.
“I’ve really enjoyed the season so far” he began, “we had a short difficult spell but are coming through it now and I’m very pleased to be able to sign this deal and now try and push for the Playoffs with Stevenage.”
Central defender Iro signed for Boro in September 2012 and two months later moved to the Bees on a loan deal until January. He has made 5 appearances, scoring a dramatic late equaliser against Exeter City, and has now secured a further month at Underhill as he looks to get back to full fitness and match sharpness.