Friday, September 23, 2011

Selkirk the underdogs but they sign Spanish striker in time for the trip to Station Park

The Southern Reporter states:

"Talking of his side’s Highland clash against Nairn County, Selkirk manager Bryan Templeton told us: “Nairn play at a high level and are obviously a good side, so we are going to be up against it.

“We know that we have a job on our hands, but we are capable of doing it. More here

It seems the Borders side have also signed a Spanish striker, Romero Aguilera , who competed at Schoolboy international level, in time for their trip north to face the Wee County in the Scottish Cup. Here's a quote from their Chairman Jim Moody

Moody flew over to Mallorca a fortnight ago to sign the striker, who is reported to have scored over 70 goals in two seasons for his hometown team of Puerto Pollenca.
Moody added: "He seemed to think he would be playing Rangers and Celtic, but I explained the level that Selkirk play at. If he's as good as we are told, then we wouldn't stand in his way if he was to go and play for a bigger Scottish team. His first test will be against Nairn County."

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