Category: transfers

Welcome to Pollok…Michael McMullin

Pollok are delighted to confirm the signing of defender Michael McMullin. Michael has been training with the Lok after leaving Albion Rovers and has featured as a trialist in recent games.

The 21-year old came through the Partick Thistle youth setup and after appearances for their development side and loan spells at Peterhead and East Stirling, Michael signed for Albion Rovers in the summer of 2017 where he made over 25 appearances for the League 1 club.

The defender who can play in the middle or on the left hand side is in the squad for this Saturday’s match against Premiership newcomers Cambuslang Rangers.

Welcome to Pollok!

Longmuir pens contract extension

Pollok are delighted to confirm that Jordan Longmuir has agreed to extend his stay at Newlandsfield for a further two years keeping him at the club until Summer 2021.

Jordan signed for Pollok from Colville Park in 2014 having had previous spells at Bathgate Thistle and Bo’ness Utd. Since signing, Jordan has made the number 1 jersey his own with some memorable moments over the past 4 seasons.

Jordan won consecutive Pollok Player of the Year awards in 2015/16 and 2016/17.

Welcome to Pollok…Danny Boyle

Pollok are delighted to confirm the signing of centre back Danny Boyle from Kirkintilloch Rob Roy.

The 6’4″ defender started his career with Campsie Black Watch and finished under 21 football with Drumchapel Utd before signing for junior side Cumbernauld Utd. He then signed for Rob Roy making over 50 appearances. His CV also includes a short stint at Auchinleck Talbot.

Danny said;

I’m really looking forward to running out at Newlandsfield in the black and white of Pollok. I know that the supporters are very passionate and demand high standards which is what I aim to bring.

Danny will join up with his new teammates at the first day of pre season on Saturday.

Welcome to Pollok…Ewan McNeil

Pollok can today confirm that Ewan McNeil has become manager Tony McInally’s 3rd signing of the summer. The 24 year old full back who left Stirling Albion earlier this month featured in all but one of Albion’s games last season. Ewan signs on a two year deal and will join up with his teammates as they return from their break next Saturday for the beginning of pre-season training.

On signing, Ewan said;

I’m really excited to sign for Pollok. It’s a big club and there’s some really good players here. I had options to stay in the SPFL but once I had met with Pollok a few times I knew this was the right move for both football and personal reasons. It will be good to meet everyone next week at pre-season training and I’m looking forward to being part of the team. Hopefully we can make this coming season a successful one!

After coming through the ranks at Rangers, McNeil also counts two seasons at Norwich City and spells with Brechin, Berwick and Clyde on his footballing CV.

Welcome to Pollok, Ewan!

Welcome to Pollok…Shaun Fraser & Danny MacKenzie

Pollok are delighted to confirm this evening the signings of Shaun Fraser and Danny MacKenzie. 

The players, most recently teammates at Kirkintilloch Rob Roy will be familiar to many Pollok fans. 

Fraser (pictured), a midfielder, has made 60 appearances for Rob Roy over the past two seasons scoring 17 goals. Shaun will join up with the squad as they start pre-season training on Saturday 7th July. On signing, Shaun said;

“I’ve obviously played against Pollok a few times now and had some good battles over the past few seasons. Newlandsfield is a great place to play and Pollok are a big club.”

His teammate Danny MacKenzie is a versatile defender who has made over 160 appearances for Rob Roy in the last 5 seasons. Danny will join up with the squad later in the summer. 

Welcome to Pollok!

Youth players added to first team squad

Ahead of the new season, Pollok are delighted to announce the signings of ‘keeper Scott Johnson and defender Tony Coutts on dual contracts for the 2018-19 season. The players, both products of the youth academy, rejoin the first team after being part of the squad in the second half of last season.

Scott Johnson made his debut for Pollok in the January Scottish Cup win away to Rossvale, keeping a clean sheet in the process. He went on to make another 7 appearances for the first team as cover for the injured Jordan Longmuir.

Tony Coutts is yet to make an appearance for the first team but served last season as captain to the league winning Under 19’s side.

The players join academy graduate Mohamed Niang in the squad for the forthcoming season.

Wharton moves on

The club can announce this afternoon that Bryan Wharton has now left the club and has signed for Albion Rovers.

The club would like to thank Bryan for his contribution since signing for the club and wish him all the very best in the future.

Newlandsfield departures

The club can confirm Liam Rowan, Derek Hepburn, Nicky Little and Paul Byrne have all left the club following the conclusion of the 2017-18 season.

Jordan Brown has also left the club following his loan spell from Cumbernauld Utd.

Manager Tony McInally commented “I’d like to thank the players for their contribution during their time at the club. We wish them all the very best in the future.

Del Hepburn signed for the club in summer 2015 from Vale of Clyde and will be remembered for his last gasp heroics as Pollok lifted the West of Scotland Cup in 2017.

Liam joined the club in February 2016 after previous spells with Falkirk, Arbroath and Stranraer.

Paul and Nicky both joined the club last summer from Hurlford Utd and Clydebank respectively.

All the best lads!

Del scores against Cumnock

Liam scores a late equaliser to send Newlandsfield into raptures

Striker signs on for the new campaign

Pollok are delighted to announce that Stefan McCluskey has agreed a deal to stay at the club for season 2018-19. The exciting forward has a wealth of senior experience under his belt with Greenock Morton, Clyde and Alloa amongst others.

Stefan has made 29 appearances for Pollok this season scoring 16 goals. Most recently he scored a first half hat-trick in the 11-0 win away to Saltcoats in the West of Scotland Cup.