Huntly have started their squad rebuilding ahead of the 2011/12 season with the addition of five players to the squad with additions from senior and junior clubs two of which have experience of playing at Highland League level.

Dan Stewart and Jonathan Clark both 19 year old come in from Montrose following their release from the third division club both of whom can play in defence.

McGinlay has previously went to the Scottish leagues before to get players and was pleased to get a couple of defensive options.

“I’ve been looking for players from good clubs and Montrose are a good league side. They were releasing a number of players and Clark was recommended to me and from that I was put in touch with Dan. I feel as a club we can help them both progress. They’ve been training regularly with a Scottish league side and with regular first team football we help them progress.”

Another youngster on the way in is Alex Thoirs who steps up to the Highland League after turning out for Dyce Juniors. A fee has been agreed for the player

“There were a number of junior sides looking at Alex. He’s fit and got a good engine on him and can feature in midfield and on the right of defence.”

David Chambers has recently been released by Inverness Caledonian Thistle and was previously on loan at Forres Mechanics during the 2009/10 season. Chambers will give Dave McGinlay attacking options in midfield and up front.

“David has spoken with a few clubs including Forres and is keen to work with myself and Jim. He’s a good character with a lot of experience at a young age from full time training with an SPL side and he’ll come here with a point to prove.”

Also coming in is a player who has impressed against us in the past following his time with Keith. Michael Fyfe will join Huntly once his current deal with Banks O' Dee expires. Fyfe is another player who can play out wide or in attack and also turned out for Formartine United.

“We’ve agreed terms with Michael and Banks O' Dee and once his current deal expires he’ll join us. He was a key player in the past with Keith winning Highland League and Aberdeenshire Cup medals – he gave us a lot of problems in the final of that competition a few years back at Inverurie. Jim knows him well as he’s related and he’s a player that’s been on our radar for quite a while now. This won’t be the last of the signings – we’re still looking to take in up to five more ”



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