Six First Team and Under 20s players are currently out on loan, find out how they’re getting on:
Sean Brown (Spartans)
Sean joined Lowland League side Spartans last month and has scored twice in 3 appearances so far, including a goal on his debut. We hope to see Sean get game time and match fitness between now and January.
Aiden McLaughlin (Whitehill Welfare)
After returning to training with the 1st team and turning out for the under 20s, Aidan has recently joined East of Scotland league team Whitehill Welfare on loan. Aiden completed his first 90 minutes of the season last weekend Saturday and is looking forward to an extended run of games between now and January. After a lengthy lay off it is brilliant to see Aiden back on the pitch
Jack Healy (East Stirlingshire)
Jack is enjoying his loan spell in the Lowland League and is regularly starting games. He has contributed 3 goals and 3 assists so far this season and has experienced playing in 2 Scottish Cup ties. We are happy to see him improve his end product, but also recognise the importance of defending in a first team environment.
Jamie Allan (Linlithgow Rose)
After a mixed spell at Bo’ness United, Jamie has now gone on to join Linlithgow Rose in the East of Scotland League. The feedback from Gordon Herd and his staff has been positive and Jamie has made 8 appearances so far. He has forced his way into the starting line-up and is keeping some experienced players out of the team. We feel the regular minutes in an intense environment will benefit Jamie and accelerate his development.
Cammy Dow (Berwick Rangers)
Cammy is loving his spell at Berwick. Although he had a slight lay off through illness, Cammy has featured regularly in the game she has been available scoring 1 goal and assisting with 2 in his 5 starts and 2 substitute appearances. He has shown his versatility playing as a winger, full back and centre midfielder. Again, the feedback from the coaching staff has been very good.
Kieran Lindsay (St. Andrew’s United)
Having started all 12 games he has been available for, Kieran is benefiting from regular game time on his first loan move. Playing anywhere on the right-hand side of the pitch, he has scored once and assisted 5 times. He has grown in confidence and is enjoying learning the demands of adult football.