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Maud JFC are pleased to announce the signing of midfielder Craig Gill on a season's long loan from Inverurie Loco Works FC.
Manager Allan Hale said "Craig had been training with the club prior to my arrival with a view to a loan deal and since my arrival Craig has shown up well in training. Despite being a young player he possesses good composure and confidence on the ball as well as having tenacity in his play therefore he fits the bill of the type of player we like to work with. We look forward to seeing Craig in game like situations as well as working with him over the course of season ahead."
Manager Allan Hale said "I am pleased to welcome Kenny to Maud. Kenny was signed on a pre-contract agreement under the management of Chris & Mike however when I accepted the position and was aware of the agreement I was still keen on finalising the deal. I have worked with Kenny previously when he was on loan to Maud during my first spell at the club and have obviously seen him in action at 20s and first team games at Turriff during my spell at Keith therefore I am aware of his qualities and feel he will be a very good signing for the club and I am sure he will integrate himself as a key player during his time with us at Maud."
Maud JFC are delighted to announce the signing of Courtney Cooper from Keith FC on a two-year contract.
Manager Allan Hale said “I am delighted to welcome Courtney to Maud. With Courtney working offshore he felt he could no longer commit to the demands of HL football therefore when I heard of his potential availability we had no hesitation in making a move for his services. Courtney has served the highland league well in terms of his performances for both Fraserburgh and Keith over the years and he arrives being a key part of my ambition for the club moving forward. Courtney is composed on the ball, has a wide range of passing ability, has a fantastic delivery and reads the game superbly well for someone still relatively young in the game and for me this is the type of signing I will be looking to bring to Maud. I’d, finally, wish to thank Andy Troup at Keith FC for his cooperation throughout discussions.”
Maud JFC would also like to welcome Hannah to the backroom staff as Assistant Physio/First Aider. Hannah will work alongside First Aid man, Graeme Bain looking after the players and any injuries they sustain during the season. As a trainee, she will only be advising the players on any injuries they sustain but will be the link to our official Physios should any players require further treatment but as Hanna us also a Sport Massage Therapist, she wil be advising the player on their wellbeing as well.
Backroom Staff additions
Manager Allan Hale as made a further addition to his backroom team with Cameron Campbell returning to the club as coach. Cameron was at the club in 2012/13, under Allan, where he held the role of coach and sports scientist.
Manager Allan Hale said "Gavin, Graeme and I are delighted to welcome Cameron back to Maud and we are particularly pleased to be working alongside him again. When we left Maud for Keith, and despite attempts to bring Cameron with us, he unfortunately was unable to combine his coaching responsibilities within his position at Aberdeen Football Club and Keith together therefore it's particularly pleasing to have him back on board working as part of our team. Cameron is an excellent coach who has extensive game knowledge, despite being a young coach, as well as completing his UEFA B Licence recently therefore he is a great addition to the backroom team."
Playing Staff additions
Maud Junior Football Club
Maud JFC are delighted to announce the signing of striker Ethan Grant on a season-long loan from Inverurie Loco Works FC.
Manager Allan Hale said "I am very pleased to have secured the signing of Ethan on a loan deal. Ethan has been training with the club throughout pre-season with the view to the loan deal and he has impressed all the coaching staff within that period. Despite being a young striker who is still learning and developing within the game he has a good coaching and playing background having been with Aberdeen FC and Ross County FC. Ethan is a striker who holds the ball in well and his link up play is strong and signing gives much needed options and competition within the strikers positions and we look forward to working with him over the course of the season."
Maud JFC are delighted to announce the signing of midfielder Scott Fowlie on a loan from Fraserburgh FC, initially until the end of 2017.
Manager Allan Hale said “I am delighted to welcome Scott to Maud on loan. Scott is a player I have always admired as he is someone who technically is very gifted and he is also versatile in the positions he can play which enhances our selection options. Scott is someone who will fit well into our style of play as he is a player who is composed when in possession of the ball, is tenacious in his pressing abilities and is intelligent off the ball in terms of his movement to receive. Scott has recently come back from a couple of years travelling so naturally will take time to get himself up to speed in terms of match sharpness however we welcome him into the squad and look forward to working with him over the next few months initially.
Maud JFC are delighted to announce the signing of defender, and ex player, Frazer Hall from Keith FC on a two-year contract.
Manager Allan Hale said “I am delighted to welcome Frazer back to Maud on a permanent basis. I’ve worked and managed Frazer for five years now where he has always maintained a high level of consistency within his performances and he is a player I trust immensely when selected. With Frazer having recently joined the Police thus restricting his availability and commitment to playing highland league football Frazer felt a move back to juniors would be best suited to him and I’m delighted that there was only one club he wanted to return to. Frazer has great qualities within his game and he is a player who understands our demands and methods therefore he will fit seamlessly into the squad and I’m delighted to be working with him again at Maud. Once again I’d like to thank Keith FC Chairman Andy Troup and Manager Ewan Robb for their cooperation throughout discussions