BSC GLASGOW RESHAPE SQUAD
BSC GLASGOW have strengthened their squad with FIVE signings since the new coaching staff took over just a month ago.
Former East Kilbride FC head coach Iain King has landed four players from the successful Kilby squad that won the SFA Challenge Cup last season.
Defenders Aaron Murdoch and Craig Duncan, midfielder Paul Tierney and goalkeeper Iain Stewart are all on board as the team look ahead to the rest of the season.
Aaron sparkled on his debut in the 2-2 draw at Gala Fairydean Rovers, showing the steel and skill that won him Player of the Year at Kilby last season.
And Paul too made a rock-solid start with an excellent display in his first game for BSC in the home defeat from Spartans.
Murdoch started his career in the Academy at Hearts, spending four years with the Jambos before moving on to Brechin City where he was hampered by injury.
Keeper Stewart joined EKFC from Fauldhouse juniors mid-season last term and turned in some superb displays culminating in that 2-0 Final win over Dalbeattie Star at Palmerston.
Centre-half Duncan began his career at Alloa and has shown up well already in training as he settles in to life at BSC.
The club have also signed 6ft 4ins central midfielder David Cameron from East Kilbride amateur side Rolls Royce.
David, at 20, is a developing talent and has already seen top team action against Spartans.
BSC coach King told the website: "With the EKFC players we have landed not only good footballers but good people.
"They are all dedicated, fit and committed players who I grew to trust and respect greatly over a season at the club that ended with that Challenge Cup win.
"Iain, Aaron and Craig all started off in the pro ranks and Paul bought into our training regimes from the first day he started working with us and has improved so much over the last 15 months.
"David will be given time to adjust to the step up he has taken but he has all the attributes to be a huge player for us.
"I am confident every one of them will enhance our squad for the challenges ahead this season - and the next."
As the new players come in the versatile Jamie Hammill is on the way out having agreed his release and the club would like to wish him well for the future.