TerracingTomas wrote:From BBC gossip page:-Dunfermline Athletic will today complete the signing of 32-year-old Wales goalkeeper Owain Fon Williams on loan from Hamilton Academical. (Daily Star, print edition)
Hurrah if correct. We have had a succession of really good keepers over the years but OFW was never up there. We were warned by Inverness fans that he was a bit of a liability and so it has proved. We are starting to dismantle the squad already
Now, just confim, we have got Southwood signed until the end of the season, haven't we??
TerracingTomas wrote:Interview with OFW from BBC website. Apparently he was surprised by his move to Dunfermline
The Goalie wrote:TerracingTomas wrote:Interview with OFW from BBC website. Apparently he was surprised by his move to Dunfermline
Oh Feck Williams is bloody deluded if he does not know why he has been allowed to go out on loan.
In fairness to him, Accies signed him, so surely reports from our scouts (if we have any) would have been positive. He was given the opportunity to add to his only Welsh cap...like the majority of his goalkeeping with Accies...he fumbled this opportunity.
Thankfully, we now have a goalkeeper who can do the basics i.e. catch a ball, command his box, etc...
Hamilton Accies have rejected a bid for Hamilton winger Mikel Miller, according to a report.
STV have said that Jack Ross’ move has been rejected by Brian Rice’s side.
Miller is out of contract in the summer.
The former Rangers wide man spent two seasons with Accies scoring 10 goals before moving south of the border two years ago.
Templeton, 31, scored six times in 36 appearances for the Brewers but has been reduced to fleeting appearances off the bench this season.
Now he has negotiated his early release from Burton to allow him to return to Hamilton where he will become Brian Rice’s fourth signing of the window later this evening.
Templeton will go into the squad to face Celtic on Sunday.
Big Wurzil wrote:This is what I don’t get.
Rohan Hughes is chapping on the door of a 1st team place or was at the start of the season in bet Fred games. He was probably one of the better players on show in the recent reserve game v st mirren which included mimnaugh and Cunningham so how does he end up at a team 6th in the 4th tier?
What is he going to learn there, surely to get a test it’s a championship team at worst. McKinnon hasn’t been anywhere near the 1st team all season and he goes to partick.
Hamilton Accies youth supremo slams Albion Rovers boss dig after loan kid axed
Jack Breen had penned an extension loan just last month having spent the first half of the season in League Two.
Hamilton Accies head of academy George Cairns has blasted Albion Rovers boss Kevin Harper after his jibe at axed loan kid Jack Breen.
An extension to his temporary deal at Cliftonhill was ripped up just four weeks after new terms were agreed.
Harper stated last week that the 20-year-old midfielder asked to go back to New Douglas Park after he was left on the bench against Cove Rangers.
The League Two gaffer added he was “not disappointed that he has left the club but I’m disappointed that he didn’t want to stay and fight for a place in the team.”
Breen cannot play for his parent club after returning outside of the transfer window.
New Douglas Park chief Cairns, who is currently taking the first team alongside Guillaume Beuzelin in the absence of Brian Rice, slammed the pop at the young talent.
“We will get Jack back out on loan, that’s for sure,” he said.
“I saw the Albion Rovers manager had some comments where he said that Jack didn’t want to stay and fight for his place in the team.
“To be honest, I’m disappointed with that. You try and build a good relationship with clubs and they give players a chance; sometimes it just doesn’t work out.
“I didn’t think that was the right thing to do. It just didn’t work out for Jack at Albion Rovers and sometimes it just isn’t the right environment.
“He’s just a young lad so I don’t think it was right to do that. We spoke with him and we will get him another club.
“He played for our reserves on Tuesday night; he’s a talented boy.
“He’s a good player and has the right attitude in training. He would be the first name on my team sheet.
“I’m disappointed with how it went for him at Albion Rovers but some clubs are better with loan players than others.”
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