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Can't Keep An Old Dog Down

26 Jul 2013 21:55:39

Can't Keep An Old Dog Down

Experience can help a team when the right man passes it on.

Second Division Forfar have added former Scotland, Celtic and Dundee goalkeeper Rab Douglas to their squad along with three other new signings at . The veteran 'keeper has agreed a playing and coaching role with the Loons and is expected to make his debut tomorrow in the Ramsdens Cup tie against East Fife as Derek Soutar is injured. Douglas was released by Dundee in the summer after two separate spells at Dens Park. He is joined as a new boy at Station Park by Scotland Junior internationalist Neil McCabe, Stirling University player James Dale and the prodigal Bryan Deasley. McCabe has previously played for Livingston and Cowdenbeath while Dale is following the route that Danny Deholm took last summer by moving from University football after impressing in Forfar’s pre-season friendlies. Deasley is returning for a third spell at the club with the former Dundee player moving over from the junior ranks of Lochee United after leaving Peterhead last season.Forfar manager Dick Campbell said: "I am delighted with all my signings. I cannot wait for the season to start and I am sure that Rab's experience will be a help to us on and off the park."

Source: ScottishFitba


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