KEVIN WILLIAMS Leaves BSC Glasgow for more game time

KEVIN WILLIAMS has moved on from BSC Glasgow as he bids to bolster his career gaining more game time.

The 24-year-old centre-half showed a terrific attitude in his time at the club but the form of skipper Jamie Brophy and Stephen Bronsky limited his top team opportunities in recent weeks.

Head coach Iain King said: “Kev is one of those players you regret to see leaving the squad but players need to play and I respect that 100 per cent.

“He is a superb trainer and one of those you love working with. I actually believe with his intelligence and knowledge of the game he will be a good coach one day.

“For now he goes with our best wishes for the future and he will always be welcome back at BSC.”


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