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Work Done For The Night

The official website caught up with manager John Brown on the steps of Hampden after he concluded the loan deal to bring Iain Campbell to the club. It marked the end of a busy period for the new Bully Wee boss:-

“My work is done! It’s been a good time and one that I hope will prove worthwhile. We’ve added some decent players who will work hard for the club and are relishing the opportunity to prove their worth.”

John continued, “With the exception of Pat Clarke, all the players have signed deals until the end of the season and it is up to them to show us what they can do between now and May.

“I’m pleased that we now have some options within the squad. For example, by bringing in Iain we can comfortably change to a back 4 or play a 3 with him as a wing-back.

“I think at times we have possibly asked too much of the younger players so we’ve brought guys in to help them. We’ve improved the quality of training which is important as well and the fresh faces have given everyone a boost.

“From day one I have said that I wanted the guys to enjoy their training because if they are happy on the training pitch then that will have an effect on results and help us to pull away from the bottom of the league.

“It has been a busy time. Loan deals may still be an option in the future but for now the focus is on the match on Saturday and getting three points. But first I’m off to get a bowl of soup as I’ve not eaten all day!”