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Danny Anderson Interview

An interview with Stonehaven’s Danny Anderson.  Thank you to Neale Scott for your assistance. Can you think back to your very first football memory? My first Aberdeen game that my Dad took me too – Aberdeen v Dundee United, Aberdeen won 2-1 Robbie Winters and Hicham Zerouali scored! What team do you support and why […]

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Chris Donnelly Bo’ness United

  Earlier today I caught up with Bo’ness United Skipper Chris Donnelly ahead of the new season… You’ve had a bit of time to reflect on last season what was your thoughts? Our aim of course was to win the league but it wasn’t to be last year. It was nice to end winning the […]

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Ross Archibald Interview

Brendan Parkinson caught up with Bonnyrigg Rose star Ross Archibald. Who has been the biggest influence on your career? It would have to be my parents. The amount of running around they have done over the years dropping me off at training and games deserves a medal in itself. My dad has rarely missed a […]

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Martin McInnes

Player Profile – Martin McInnes- Neilston Juniors

By Douglas Droy Name: Martin McInnes Nickname: Trigger Club: Neilston Juniors Position: Centre-half Date joined: Sept 2013 Previous: Clydebank, Arthurlie Utd, St Peter’s U21s. Honours: 2 League Cups with Clydebank. Central First Division Winners 2014 Martin started his career with St Peters U21’s and he then moved to Clydebank in 2006/7 where he made 204 […]

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Stuart Hunter

This month we caught up with Bo’ness United defender Stuart Hunter     Who has been the biggest influence on your career? My dad as he has been there throughout from my whole career from Boys Brigade until this day, driving me all around the country to play in games and attend training when I […]

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Jamie McCunnie

Interview with Jamie McCunnie courtesy of Broughty Athletic website. Click here for club website   So, Jamie, it’s been 17 years since you started playing senior football with Dundee United back in the day, what’s your most memorable happy moment that sticks out in your career during that time? Looking back there have been a […]

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Paul Murphy

This week we caught up with Cumnock star Paul Murphy Who has been the biggest influence on your career? Biggest influence is my grandad, can always remember playing football with him from a young age. Your proudest moment as a footballer? Winning player of the year in my 1st senior season with Stenhousemuir, I think […]

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Dean Keenan

This week we caught up with the Troon star     Who has been the biggest influence on your career? Jimmy Kirkwood the ex Troon gaffer, I joined Troon after being injured for 20+ Months and fed up with football to be honest, on and off the park he has helped me massively and I`m […]

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Will Snowdon

Who has been the biggest influence on your career? Probably in my early days at 15/16 it would be Colin Suggett and Bryan Klugg the Academy coaches at Ipswich Town. I started off as a central midfielder but they moved me to play at the back where I have been since. Your proudest moment as […]

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Tam McManus

Martkmak caught up with the Gartcairn star. Gartcairn Juniors hit the headlines in the summer after being accepted as a member of SJFA West Region, the first junior side to play in Airdrie since Airdrie Juniors folded just before the outbreak of World War 2. The ambitious side set their stall out early and sent […]

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