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Pacy full-back Ibou Touray moved to The Peninsula Stadium ahead of the 2017-18 season following an impressive season at Nantwich Town.
Born in Liverpool, the 24-year-old started his career in Everton’s academy and made it to the Under-21s as a first-year scholar before being released in 2014. On his release, he signed a contract at Chester and made 19 appearances in The National League in 2014-15.
The following season was spent at Rhyl in the Welsh Premier League, and 2016-17 saw Touray make over 40 appearances for Nantwich Town as they reached the Northern Premier League Play-Off semi-final.
In his first season at The Peninsula Stadium, Touray cemented his place as first choice left-back and recorded nine assists, the most out of the squad, as Salford won the National League North. In the summer he signed a one-year contract extension after a very impressive debut season, and in 2018-19 made it back-to-back promotions as we reached the Football League.
Internationally Touary has represented The Gambia, making his debut in 2015.
Previous Clubs: Everton, Chester, Rhyl, Nantwich Town