Chance To Make A Fresh Start

13 November 2012 02:49
Just because things don't work out at one club does not mean you are a bad player

Peterhead have agreed a loan deal with Alloa for striker David Cox and he played for the Blue Toon during Saturday’s 2-0 defeat by Rangers. Recreation Park manager Paul Hartley signed Cox in the summer after he impressed during a game against the Wasps when he played for Annan. Unfortunately for Cox,  the former Kilmarnock and Montrose player had dropped out of things at the Second Division side. Blue Toon manager Jim McInally, who was in the race for Cox' signature on a contract in the the summer, has given him an opportunity to get playing again after nearly two months without a game.  McInally said: "David is a player I have admired for a while. The move to Alloa has not worked out but he can start again here and take things from there."

Source: ScottishFitba