Huntly FC have confirmed this morning that veteran defender Simon Scott has been released from his contract by mutual consent.

The 37 year old returned to Christie Park in January from Inverurie Loco Works and featured up until the final month of the 2012/13 season where he found himself on the subs bench for the last five games he was involved in.…

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Huntly have today bolstered their squad ahead of this Wednesday’s Aberdeenshire Cup quarter-final clash with Fraserburgh with one new addition to the squad and another re-signing both on one year deals.

Coach Mark Gray has agreed a new one year extension which should see the 35 year old midfielder due for a testimonial having given ten year of service to the Christie Park club in his second spell. Mark originally came to Huntly from Aberdeen in 1996 under Doug Rougvie and won the Highland League in his first season with the black and gold’s before departing for Formartine United in the junior ranks. Following the appointment of Billy Anderson and Mike Cormack as the new management team in 2003, Gray made a return to the club and went on to become a firm fans favourite with displays and sweeper and in the middle of the park. Further honours were picked up in 2004/05 with another championship win and in 2007/08 with the inaugural SFA North Region Challenge Cup.…

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Huntly’s foreign legion continues to grow with the signing of Czech winger Petr Stepanek on a three year deal.

Stepanek has most recently featured for Czech side FK Baumit Jablonec and featured as a Trialist in Huntly’s pre-season win over junior side Lewis United at the end of July.…

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Huntly have made a new addition to their squad ahead of this Saturday’s home fixture with Lossiemouth with one of the trialists who featured during pre-season signing a two year deal.
International clearance was granted for midfielder Pawel Nowacki who comes to Christie Park as a free agent.
Nowacki has had a number of years experience in the Polish years with Polonia Warszawa, Wigury Suwalki, Olimpia Elblag and most recently Gwardia Koszalin.
The 25 year who can also play out wide was team captain at Gwardia Koszalin and made an impressive fifteen assists last term and continued that form into pre-season at Huntly with an eye for a pass which created a number of goals in friendly matches.
Pawel becomes the fourth Polish player in as many years to have signed for the black and gold’s following Andrzej Kleczkowski, Lukasz Stasiak and Lukasz Jarosiewicz.
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TRANSFER NEWS: Local Lad Signs On At Christie Park

Huntly have today added to their squad ahead of this Saturday’s season opener against champions Cove Rangers with a local youngster joining the club.

Lewis Ingram (18) from Gartly has featured as a trialist during pre-season and was previously on the books of Highland League sides Deveronvale and Buckie Thistle before featuring in the junior ranks with Newmachar United and Lewis United.…

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