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Latest News - 03/08/2020

Cameron Clark Re-signs

After spending a successful loan spell last season, defender Cameron Clark has made his move to Galabank permanent after agreeing to sign-up for the 2020/2021 SPFL campaign.

Speaking about the move the former Livingston youth player said: “I’m delighted to be back at Annan, I really enjoyed it for the short period of time I was here last season. So I was happy when I got the phone call saying Annan would have me back permanently.

“It’s been a weird time having no football so just buzzing to get back to it, see the boys and hopefully have a successful season.”

The left sided defender made an impact on manager Peter Murphy during his loan spell from Queens Park. Speaking on the signing the manager was delighted to capture the defenders signature for the forthcoming season: “During his loan spell Cameron proved that he’s a real asset to the team and he can only improve further once he develops into our philosophy. With Cameron now onboard he now offers the side real options with his ability and athleticism.”

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