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Steven Bell

Steven Bell

Position: Midfield
Date of birth: 24/2/85
Place of birth: Glasgow
Previous clubs: Dundee United, Queen of the South, Stirling Albion, Dunfermline

Steven signed a short term deal in November 2013 and the Blues were delighted to help him back to match fitness. Started his career with Dundee United but only played pre-season games for them before joining Queen of the South in 2005 and making 2 appearances. He joined Stirling Albion for 2005/06 and clocked up a century of appearances for the Binos before moving to Dunfermline in 2008. After 80 games at East End Park, a serious injury in November 2010 looked to be the end for him but he fought back after 3 years out, proving to be a class act in midfield or defence.

Became club captain in summer 2015, and has since passed the 150 appearance milestone for Stranraer.

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Liam Dick

Liam Dick

Position: Defender
Date of birth: 19/8/95
Place of birth: Stirling
Previous clubs: Falkirk
 
Originally brought in on loan from Falkirk in 2016, Liam Dick is a left-sided defender who likes to get forward. Liam was a graduate of the Bairns' youth academy, and made 27 first team appearances for Falkirk after debuting as a 16 year old in a League Cup victory over Dundee United in 2011. After a spell where he made the left back role his own, he was kept out of the side by the excellent form of Luke Leahy and released in summer 2016. Having impressed in his short stay at Stair Park, the Blues wasted no time in offering him a deal. Very comfortable on the ball, and a mainstay of the Stranraer defence in his 3rd season at the club.

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Morgyn Neill

Morgyn Neill

Position: Defender/Midfielder
Date of birth: 10/3/1996
Place of birth: Glasgow
Previous clubs: Motherwell, Ayr United (loan), Livingston
 
A no-nonsense centre half, Morgyn joined us on loan from Livingston in January 2017. The 6 foot 2 defender spent the early part of his career at Motherwell, before making 40 appearances for the Lions. Blues supporters may remember the defender from the playoff games at the end of 2015/16, but he also played the full 90 minutes in Livi's 5-1 win against Stranraer at the start of the 2016/17 season, before helping Stevie Farrell's men stay up.

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Ryan Wallace

Ryan Wallace

Position: Striker
Date of birth: 30/7/1990
Place of birth: Bellshill
Previous clubs: Hearts, Raith, Airdrieonians, East Fife, Dunfermline, Albion Rovers
 
Wallace started his career with Hearts as a youth, followed by spells at Raith Rovers, Airdrieonians and East Fife, where he scored 28 goals in 45 appearances, earning awards in the process. The forward then spent 4 years at Dunfermline Athletic, scoring in his first 4 games of the 2015/16 season as the Pars romped to the Ladbrokes League 1 title. Ryan was a key man for Albion Rovers and a thorn in the Blues' side in 2016/17, with Stevie Farrell moving quickly to secure his services in the summer.

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Paul Woods

Paul Woods

Position: Midfield/Forward
Date of birth: 18/9/1986
Place of birth: East Kilbride
Previous clubs: EK Thistle, Lanark United, Petershill, Queen's Park, East Kilbride FC
 
Paul started his career with Motherwell, Queen's Park and Albion Rovers as a youth, before moving into the junior game with East Kilbride Thistle, Lanark United and Petershill. It would be the Hampden side who finally gave him his senior break in 2014, and the attacking midfielder went on to score 26 goals across his 122 appearances for the Spiders. Lowland League side East Kilbride brought Woods in for the end of the 2016/17 season, with his creativity and eye for goal helping to secure the league title, before moving on to join Stranraer.

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Tom Lang

Tom Lang

Position: Defender
Date of birth: 12/6/1997
Place of birth: Wootton Wawen, England
Previous clubs: Birmingham City, Rangers, Dumbarton

Despite being born in England, Lang was part of the Scotland Under-17 team which made it all the way through to the semi finals of Euro 2014. Football is certainly in the blood for Tom, whose great-grandfather Tommy Lang was part of the Newcastle United side which defeated Arsenal 2-1 in 1932 to lift the FA Cup in 1932. The defender spent the end of 2016/17 season at Dumbarton‚Äč, making 6 appearances for the Championship side, and joined us in summer 2017.

SPFL 3L1 6474

 Pos  Team  Pld   Pts 
1 Ayr United 16 38
2 Raith Rovers 14 32
3 Alloa Athletic 16 24
4 Arbroath 15 23
5 East Fife 16 22
6 STRANRAER 14 21
7 Airdrieonians 15 18
8 Albion Rovers 14 16
9 Forfar Athletic 16 12
10 Queen's Park 16 11

Updated 9/12/17 at 10pm

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00 Stranraer FC 2015 Logo
3 Number Lotto
Sunday 10 December 2017

Numbers: 1, 14, 20
1 winner at £2000:

Congratulations to:
Iain, Kilmirren Avenue, Stranraer