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Pollok are delighted to announce the loan signing of defender Jordan McMillan from Dumbarton until the end of the end of January.

McMillan, who started his career with Rangers, has gone on to make 100 senior appearances with the likes of Hamilton, Queen of the South, Dunfermline Athletic and Partick Thistle.

Jordan joins up immediately and will be available for tomorrow’s visit of Largs Thistle.

 

Great signing  :thumsup2

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Good pedigree,  should be playing at a better level, no disrespect to 'lok


A 31 year old McMillan should be playing with a top 6 club in the premiership.

After being abit loony with the cash he got at rangers he mostly screwed the nut at ourselves and partick on the field at least. He’s completely ruined his career since(even with the drug ban he should have been capable of coming back to playing full-time.

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43 minutes ago, Haggis nut said:

Good pedigree,  should be playing at a better level, no disrespect to 'lok

Since the drugs ban... 11 games for Clyde in 16-17, played nowhere (afaik?) 17-18, stints at both Cambuslang and Edusport last season, 11 games for the Sons this season. Should / could / would. All that counts is does.

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Was he not at Cumnock for a spell last season as well?

Since the drugs ban... 11 games for Clyde in 16-17, played nowhere 17-18, stints at both Cambuslang and Edusport last season, 11 games for the Sons this season. Should / could / would. All that counts is does.

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I'd have expected him to take a power of slagging from opposition fans but he has the same big team as 95% of the Ayrshire Junior support. I can see him being given a hero's welcome at Glenafton and Kilwinning in particular.

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32 minutes ago, Bul2 said:

Talented boy, but, I thought he had a real bad attitude in the trial game(s) he had at Cumnock

A bit like yourself aul pal at the coal board by the way see you tomorrow at toonheid

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3 hours ago, parsforlife said:

 


A 31 year old McMillan should be playing with a top 6 club in the premiership.

After being abit loony with the cash he got at rangers he mostly screwed the nut at ourselves and partick on the field at least. He’s completely ruined his career since(even with the drug ban he should have been capable of coming back to playing full-time.

 

That was my point should have explained it in full tbh. Ruined it with probably thinking he was better than he was or deserved more after being at rsngers, rather thsn keeping working and screwing thr nut 

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Very similar in style to Talbot captain William Lyle. Played very well yesterday. The lack of respect he showed to the officials spoiled his performance, lucky not to get booked in one of Polloks easiest wins of the season.

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A bit like yourself aul pal at the coal board by the way see you tomorrow at toonheid


That’s me just seeing your comments pal.

Thought yesterday your team should have been out of sight by halftime , but, things turned in second half and I thought we were good enough for a point

However, we keep fighting

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