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How's Goodwillie's ankle injury ? Have I missed any news on it ?
Looked a right sore one, but you'd be unlucky to be out for longer than two months for the vast majority of ankle injuries. Looked more like a sprain or ligament damage than a break to me.

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There's yer Tony Wallace confirmed. Two-year deal, a solid if unspectacular signing. Adds some physicality and versatility, so happy enough with that.

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So that's us signed 20% of Annan's outfield team. I'm not saying they're not good players, but I'm not sure they're better. Notwithstanding, we were a different type of team from them.  What's our strategy? Do we aim to be the Annan of Div 1 next year?

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2 minutes ago, Bully Wee Clyde FC said:

So that's us signed 20% of Annan's outfield team. I'm not saying they're not good players, but I'm not sure they're better. Notwithstanding, we were a different type of team from them.  What's our strategy? Do we aim to be the Annan of Div 1 next year?

What I would say is we’ve signed Johnston who was definitely not a ‘hatchet man’ type of player and Wallace who, whilst is a big lump of a boy, could arguably be signed to a) play out wide or b) succeed the role vacated by Nicoll’s departure. Having versatility is important in a squad and I don’t think either signing rules out Grant or McStay staying.

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I'd rather we were looking upwards for signings but I think we look okay up top and in the wide areas, certainly plenty of goals. Gaping holes in centre midfield, centre back and left back that still need to be filled though.

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I'm not privy to what our budget situation is going into next season and how it compares to last season's, but recent signings could come down to resource allocation, with bigger money being held back to recruit quality in defence and midfield. Lennon will have an idea in his mind of what we'll require going into next season and we've got a good blend of forward options signed, as it stands. Plenty of experience, anyway, which makes sense in terms of hitting the ground running. 

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To be fair Johnston and Smith are good signings, don’t know much about Wallace but he’s 6ft 2 and a big bit of a boy adds some needed strength to the squad, happy with these signings and there’s still plenty to go

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Fingers crossed it's Karim Kerkar we've signed.


I’ll never forget his performance in they shiny blue vapours against Ross county I’m sure. Absolutely destroyed them with his tricks!

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So that's us signed 20% of Annan's outfield team. I'm not saying they're not good players, but I'm not sure they're better. Notwithstanding, we were a different type of team from them.  What's our strategy? Do we aim to be the Annan of Div 1 next year?

Or 2 Annan players including the L2 Player of the Season

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13 goals from midfield is a good return. Only seen him a few times and thought he was alright. Hope McNiff, Lang, grant and mcstay sign on. 

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Compared to Smith and Hooper from Annan (who are supposedly off to Peterhead), I definitely think we managed to get the better two.

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