East Kilbride FC is delighted to confirm that ex-striker Gary Graham has re-joined the club, after signing from Sauchie Juniors on Thursday night.
The 22-year old, who netted 12 goals for Kilby in the inaugural Lowland League season of 2013/14, whilst on loan from Clyde, goes straight into gaffer Billy Stark’s squad which will travel to Selkirk on Saturday.
Kilby Manager Stark commented, “Gary will strengthen our striking options and has looked lively from what I have seen so far. He has a pedigree of scoring goals in the Lowland League, so we are happy to have him on board”
East Kilbride fans will fondly remember the front man claiming the only goal of the club’s first ever Lowland League victory in August 2013 against Whitehill Welfare in a 1-0 triumph, along with another memorable FOUR first-half goals against Selkirk at K-Park a few days later in a 4-1 win. Gary was also part of the EK team which won the South Challenge Cup in May 2014, Kilby’s first ever senior trophy, after a 2-0 win over Dalbeattie Star at Palmerston Park.
Delighted to be back at K-Park, Gary told ekfc.co.uk, “When I heard there was a chance of returning to East Kilbride, I only had one thought in my mind, such was the level of enjoyment I experienced a here few years ago. The chance to work under Billy Stark, and assistant Craig Young for a second time, as part of an ambitious team is a challenge I really look forward to, and I can’t wait to get started.”
Check out the links below from our EKFCtv channel on YouTube to see Gary in goal-scoring action for EK!
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