BSC GLASGOW Stephen Bronsky has committed his future
BSC GLASGOW Players’ Player of the Year Stephen Bronsky has committed his future to the club until May 2017.
The towering centre-half, who celebrates his 21st birthday next week, first joined forces with BSC coaches Iain King and Craig Young at East Kilbride FC on a season-long loan from Clyde.
He won the SFA Challenge Cup that season and followed it up with another success in the same prestigious tournament with BSC this time around.
Now Stephen is on board for the next part of the adventure and he said: “I can’t wait to get started next season.
“We have already made some great signings and as a player that’s the sort of ambition you want to see.
“I know the coaching staff inside-out now and I know they are desperate to take BSC another step forward.
“I had other offers and it’s only right to take time to mull things over but this is a great place to be and a club where I enjoy my training and my football.
“In the end it was an easy decision to make. I’ve won two trophies under Kingy and Gigz and I am hungry for more.”
Accountancy student Stephen attracted interest from both Scottish Sun Lowland League rivals and top junior clubs and head coach Iain King is delighted he opted to extend his stay with BSC.
He said: “Stephen was a pivotal piece of our defensive plans and it is terrific news that he has decided to stay with the club.
“Not only is he the right sort of player for this football club, he is the right sort of person.
“He trains the way he plays and I have always loved that about him. His Players’ Player of the Year award was a measure of what his team-mates think of him and was richly deserved.
“Stephen has another stage of development now, to learn to become a leader in our defence, and that will be our target with him for this campaign.”