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Striker Signs, Midfielder departs

Jon McShaneOn Friday, Stranraer sealed the loan signing of striker Jon McShane from East Fife until the end of the season.

Here is the PenPic profile that has been written for next weekends match programme to help introduce Jon to the club:

"A product of the St Mirren youth set-up, Jon was promoted to the first team squad in the summer of 2010 and he made a total of 13 appearances for the Buddies. The striker went on loan to Dumbarton for the whole of season 2010-2011 where he scored 13 goals in 29 appearances for the Sons. In January 2012 he went to Hamilton Academical on loan and made that move permanent 6 months later going on to score 11 times in 53 games before leaving amarenghi1415smallAccies in the summer. Scored 9 times that made him East Fife’s top scorer this season but the club made him available and Stranraer who had chased his signature in the summer finally got their man on loan for the season and he made his debut last weekend."

Stephen Aitken confirmed the transfer saying that he was delighted to have secured the services of a different type of striker that would increase his options and improve the squad for the season run in. Indeed the player had been a target for the manager during the summer so has been on his radar before. Welcome to the club Jon.

Midfielder Anthony Marenghi has had his request to leave the club granted and his contract has been cancelled by mutual agreement. Having not featured in recent months and struggled to break into the side he has expressed a desire to move on to find more regular football somewhere else and the manager has accepted his request. Anthony has made 5(11) appearances for the Blues this season and scored the winner in the Petrofac Cup Quarter Final against Falkirk and he leaves with the the best wishes of everyone at the club.

Danny Stoney extends loan

dstoney1415smallThe club are delighted to announce that following negotiations by the manager that Rangers have agreed to extend Danny Stoney's loan agreement until the end of the season. Danny has added a new dimension to Stephen' attacking options and will be an asset to the squad over the coming months.

Season Ticket Holders Notice

Season ticket books must be produced in their entirety at all league games to gain entry.

The club are aware that some season ticket holders just bring a voucher from their books to the turnstiles on match day. Unfortunately this has now got out of hand and become a problem as it is obviously being abused by some, giving unused vouchers from other matches to others who in turn say they have brought the wrong voucher.

The club realise that this practice is been perpetrated by the minority but nevertheless it is denying the club that these people claim to support of much needed revenue.

Random non numerical order voucher numbers will be selected at all home games and displayed at turnstiles from our next match on Saturday 6th December onwards. Only the ticket number displayed on the day of the match will be accepted.

Please ensure you have your season ticket book with you at this and all other future league matches. We are sure the majority of our patrons will be understand and fully support these actions that are for the benefit of our club.
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