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Latest News - 13/07/2016

Chapman adds four more.

Manager Jim Chapman has added another four players to the squad ahead of the weekends BetFred League Cup tie.

There have been a number of trialists featuring for the Black and Golds over the past few weeks as the manager looks to rebuild, and after Tuesdays friendly at Galabank he signed four.

Stewart Sharkey, a 25 year old defender who plays full back and has impressed enough in pre season to earn himself a deal at Galabank.

Adam Asghar, a 21 year old midfielder who started his career at Motherwell before spending time on loan at Dumbarton. He then signed for Alloa Athletic in 2014 and spent a short time on loan at East Stirlingshire.

Willie Robertson, 23 year old midfielder who began his career at Dundee United, moving to Forfar on loan before signing at Alloa Athletic and Stirling Albion.

Lewis Guy, Lewis will be more familiar to the Galabankies as he spent the latter part of last season with Annan Athletic. The experienced front man has joined the club for another season.

Squad so far is….


Blair Currie

Alex Mitchell


Steven Black

Raffi Krissian

Jean Guy Lucas

Steven Swinglehurst

Peter Watson

Stewart Sharkey


Barry Cuddihy

Przemyslaw Dachnowicz

Scott Norman

Liam Park

Tony Ribeiro

Adam Asghar

Willie Robertson

Max Wright


David McKenna

Rabin Omar

Lewis Guy

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