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Three Into Forfar Make Four
Dick Campbell had good news awaiting the Forfar squad as new faces have arrived.
Forfar have three new players in their squad as they returned to pre-season training. Stuart Malcolm has moved from Arbroath, Gary Fusco from Brechin City and Paul McManus has become a Loon at the second time of asking. Malcolm, who was the club skipper at Gayfield, is also signing on at Station Park for second time, with the six foot three inch central defender, who has played for ten clubs in Scotland, England and Ireland hoping for better luck this time as his last stint in light blue was marred by a groin injury. He has signed for one season, as has midfielder Fusco, who joins after nearly 300 games with Cowdenbeath. McManus comes on board 12 months after opting for a third spell with East Fife ahead of joining Dick Campbell’s side. The front man, who has also played for Brechin City, Stranraer and Albion Rovers, had the chance of another deal at New Bayview but decided to move across the River Tay to join Forfar.There was further good news for Campbell as Keith Gibson took a full part in training after nine months out following knee surgery. The Forfar manager said: "With Keith involved again it feels like four new signings not three. They are all players I know well and their arrival helped get pre-season training off to a flier."
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