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  Rory Loy
Posted by: turkeydinner - 19-06-2018, 23:12 - Forum: Dumbarton - No Replies

STRIKER Rory Loy has joined Dumbarton on a two-year deal to become the club's latest close season signing.

The 30-year-old has vast experience of higher levels of Scottish football, having most recently turned out for Falkirk.

He also counts St Mirren and Dundee among his former clubs.

Manager Stevie Aitken said: "Rory could easily have stayed full-time and had offers to do so, but chose to come here. It says a lot about the club.

"We're delighted to get this signing done and we're confident we've signed a player who will be a huge part of our ambitions this season."

Chairman John Steele added: "This is another feather in the club's cap that we are able to secure a player of Rory's quality.

"We are extremely grateful to our stadium sponsors C&G Systems, who helped to make it possible.

http://www.dumbartonfootballclub.com/news/

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  Dmitris Froxylias
Posted by: turkeydinner - 19-06-2018, 23:09 - Forum: Falkirk - No Replies

Falkirk have completed the signing of Dmitris Froxylias on a one year contract following his release from Dumbarton.

The Bairns will have the option to extend Froxylias’ contract by a year at the end of the season if he impresses.

https://www.falkirkherald.co.uk/sport/fo...-1-4756830

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  Pundits
Posted by: The Quantum Enigma - 19-06-2018, 22:27 - Forum: West Bromwich Albion - Replies (12)

just a bit of fun
so far who has had the best pundits or worst
and who is the worst commentator?

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  Cameron Blues
Posted by: turkeydinner - 19-06-2018, 17:39 - Forum: Livingston - No Replies

ivingston have brought in Cameron Blues from Falkirk on a two-year deal.

The newly-promoted Premiership club have made Blues their fifth signing since clinching their return to the top flight at the end of last season.

The 20-year-old started last season in the Championship with Falkirk before moving to Edinburgh City for the remainder of the campaign on loan, making 24 appearances over the course of the season and scoring one goal.

http://sport.bt.com/football/livingston-...4278932378

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  Aaron Taylor-Sinclair
Posted by: turkeydinner - 19-06-2018, 17:38 - Forum: Motherwell - No Replies

Motherwell have signed former Partick Thistle defender Aaron Taylor-Sinclair.

The left back, who departed League One side Plymouth Argyle at the end of the last season, has signed a one-year deal with the Steelmen.

Taylor-Sinclair, 27, becomes the fourth new arrival at Fir Park this summer after manager Stephen Robinson also moved for goalkeeper Mark Gillispie, defender Liam Donnelly and forward Danny Johnson.

https://stv.tv/sport/football/1419598-mo...-sinclair/

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  Ruben Sammut
Posted by: turkeydinner - 19-06-2018, 15:14 - Forum: Falkirk - No Replies

Falkirk FC is delighted to announce the signing of Ruben Sammut on a season long loan from Chelsea FC.

The 20-year old midfielder is the current captain of the Light Blues’ Under 23 side and has also recently featured for Scotland Under 21’s.

Ruben has been with Chelsea since the age of 8, progressing entirely through the Stamford Bride side’s renowned Youth Academy.

A powerful and commanding central midfielder, Ruben adds a presence in the middle of the park and will join the rest of the squad for the start of pre-season training tomorrow.

Speaking of his latest signing, Paul Hartley, said: “We are absolutely delighted to be able to bring a player of Ruben’s pedigree to the club.

“Ruben has been brought through and trained at an elite level having been with Chelsea from such a young age.

“I fully believe he has all the attributes to make a big impact in this league and I am really looking forward to working with him. He has massive potential and I think the opportunity for him now to experience first team football will be of huge benefit to all parties.

“We are closing in on further signing targets and fully expect to make more announcements before the end of the day.”

https://www.falkirkfc.co.uk/2018/06/19/b...helsea-fc/

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  Jordan Moore Taylor
Posted by: turkeydinner - 19-06-2018, 15:11 - Forum: Milton Keynes Dons - No Replies

MK Dons have signed highly-rated defender Jordan Moore Taylor from Exeter City.

The former Grecians captain, 24, has put pen-to-paper on a two-year deal with an option at Stadium MK, after activating a clause in his Exeter contract to leave St James Park.

He becomes Paul Tisdale’s first signing as MK Dons manager. The deal is subject to EFL clearance.

Moore-Taylor told mkdons.com: “I’m looking forward to a new challenge. I had six good years at Exeter but I felt it was the right time to move away.

“I had a few options but MK Dons was right choice for me - I know the manager, Matt Oakley and Mel Gwinnett and this is an amazing stadium.”

https://www.mkdons.com/news/2018/june/mo...o-mk-dons/

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  Stephen Gleeson
Posted by: turkeydinner - 19-06-2018, 15:10 - Forum: Aberdeen - No Replies

Republic of Ireland midfielder Stephen Gleeson has signed for Aberdeen, with manager Derek McInnes saying he is "excited" by his third summer signing.

The 29-year-old, who has signed a two-year contract at Pittodrie, had ended last season with English Championship club Ipswich Town.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/44535388

Not a signing that fills me with great anticipation

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  Michael Owen - England could/will win the World Cup this time!
Posted by: 0762 - 19-06-2018, 13:52 - Forum: World Cup 2018 - Replies (40)

So it has already started!!! Well that didn't take long esp after a fairly unconvincing victory v a stuffy Tunisian team whose players must have been 'kicking themselves' for not 'seeing out' a 1-1 draw with a few mins remaining and conceding a goal that was absolutely avoidable with a wee bit of discipline (don't concede a stupid corner when it can be avoided and defend your goal posts!). I wonder how much money Owen was paid to say that kinda stupid remark so early in such a high profile footie tournament!? There are clearly a lotta better quality and highly experienced teams than Southgate's Engerland and one can merely peruse the bookies' odds to confirm that fact as well as just observe what Engerland have to offer 'on the pitch' anyway, particularly in the midfield area. Also take into account the effects of injuries and tiredness in such a 'footie marathon' that is not being held at Wembley, Engerland will do well to reach a quarter-final with the current group of players. No wowwww factor I'm afraid Michael!

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  Champions League 1st round quali draw - it's FC Alashkert!
Posted by: 0762 - 19-06-2018, 13:20 - Forum: Celtic - Replies (5)

Just announced that the Hoops' opponents will be the Armenian league champions, FC Alashkert, who were previous conquerors of Saint Johnstone in the Europa League. However, this is Celtic who will be playing them and the Hoops should make 'light work' of this Armenian side although complacency must be avoided during a period in July that is effectively a 'close season' with players gradually building up their fitness levels.

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