Scouser, Curran, came through the youth system at Tranmere Rovers, where he made his senior debut and enjoyed four successful years. A move to Carlisle United followed where the striker played for two years, winning the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy. Rochdale then beckoned before Curran made the switch to Limerick FC in Ireland.
It was while at next club Nuneaton Borough in the Conference that a move to County was mooted with Curran having been recommended by Limerick manager and former Staggie, Stuart Taylor. Now recovered from a lingering concussion-related injury, Curran is fighting fit and set to return to the form that saw him and Liam Boyce form such a potent partnership in the Northern Irishman’s time at the club.