With six players already having joined the club and two signing new deals on Thursday we now have more news with the addition of three more players to the first team squad.

 

It will be a family affair for one new signing as 19 year old Ross Naismith will join his brother, Adam Naismith and father, Andrew (physio) at the club on loan.

 

The Ross County youngster has featured in a couple of closed door games and Boss Dave McGinlay is pleased to get the youngster on a short term deal.

 

“I’m delighted to get Ross in who can play in an attacking midfield role similar to that of Russell Guild. I’ve been very impressed with him and heard good reports and I’ve got a deal with Ross County to get him until the end of January.

 

I have high hopes for him. He has a good touch and good vision when passing a ball and he’ll be a great asset for us as we try to rebuild from where we are.”

 

Another new addition to the squad is 16 year old Michael Clark. The player was a regular in defence last season for Alan Gordon’s under 17 side last season and was on the bench for games against Clachnacuddin and Cove Rangers back in March under caretaker Boss Martin Stewart.

 

We got recommended Michael by Charlie Ferries and Bryan Thompson (right) who have now moved on to Colony Park and on that note I’d like to wish the pair of them all the best and thank them for everything they’ve done for the club and they were kind enough to help us out with a closed door friendly. They said we should have a look at Michael over pre-season. He’s probably had his toughest month in football so far but he’s a big lad and I see signs of Craig Dorrat and Russell Guild in him. We’ve taken him in with the view of being a squad player and if he’s good enough he’s old enough and he’ll be part of the club’s future."

 

Finally we welcome one player back to the club for a fourth spell with David Booth also signing from Banks O' Dee. The 24 year old originally debuted for the club under Billy Anderson at the end of the 2003/04 season after coming through the youth ranks and returned in 2006/07 under Dave Cormie for a short spell.

 

Booth came back to Christie Park in 2009/10 after turning out for Formartine United and East End in the junior leagues and netted his first and only goal for the club in a 4-1 win over Lossiemouth. He made the last of his 25 squad appearances coming on as a sub in a five-nil home win over Strathspey Thistle after former Boss John Teasdale started selling on most of the squad he inherited.

 

When McGinlay came back in March, Booth was one of the first players he targeted although after a few weeks wait he is happy to take the player back to Christie Park.

 

 

We got terms agreed with Banks O' Dee and David a few weeks ago. There were a couple of club who were wanting him and willing to offer him good deals but David admitted that he wanted to come back to Huntly and work with myself and my management team again and that’s a big compliment to us. He’ll give us a wealth of options in attack and midfield and that fits in perfectly in the direction we’re looking to take the club.”

 

 

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