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Next Match

Montrose v Clyde
Ladbrokes SPFL
League 2
Links Park Stadium, Montrose

Saturday 30th September 2017
Kick Off 3.00pm

League 2 Table 2017/18

Team   P 
Stirling Albion
7 18
7 13
7 12
7 11
Elgin City
Berwick Rangers
7 9
7 8
Annan Athletic
7 7
Edinburgh City
7 6
7 5

Montrose FC Pen Pics - 2017/18

Playing Staff

JORDAN MILLAR (Goalkeeper)
Jordan spent season 2015/16 on loan to Montrose from St Johnstone making 26 appearances. After being released by the Perth side in the summer he made his Montrose deal a permanent one signing a one year contract. Jordan, who has played for the Scotland U17's spent 2014/15 on loan from St Johnstone to East Fife, where he made 8 appearances. Made his Montrose debut against Forfar Athletic in the Petrofac Cup in July 2015


ALLAN FLEMING (Goalkeeper)
Allan joined Montrose in June from Angus neighbours Arbroath on a one year deal. The 32 year old, Dunfermline born Fleming joined Kelty Hearts from Cowdenbeath in 2005 and spent 9 seasons with the junior outfit. In 2014, he moved to East Fife for one season before signing for Arbroath in July last year, making over 40 appearances for the Red Lichties


The 31 year old joined Montrose in early August having left Forfar Athletic in the summer. Iain made his debut in the Irn Bru Cup win over East Stirlingshire. The Kirkcaldy born defender started his career in 2002 with Dunfermline Athletic where he made 36 appearances for the Fife side. In 2006, he moved to fellow SPL club Kilmarnock for an undisclosed fee and during his time there spent loan spells with both Ross County and Clyde. In 2008 Campbell had one season with Alloa Athletic before joining Forfar Athletic where he enjoyed five seasons making 148 appearances and 13 goals. Briefly moving to Cowdenbeath in 2014, Iain returned to Station Park, initially on loan, before resigning for The Loons last term. Campbell scored against Montrose in the first round of the Challenge Cup last season in the 1 - 0 win but was released when Forfar were relegated to League 2 back in May. Son of Dick Campbell, Iain has played under his father twice, at Ross County and Forfar and now joins forces with his brother, Ross at Montrose.

Andrew spent three months out of the side after suffering a serious knee injury in the cup against Lothian Thistle in November but still went on to claim the Directors Player of the Year and Fans Favourite trophies at the end of his first full season at the club. A popular player at the club he can play both left back and central defence where played the majority of last season. Andrew joined Montrose in July 2015 from Forfar Athletic after a successful loan spell at Links Park at the end of season 2014/15. The twenty one year old Scone based player moved to Station Park after being released by St. Johnstone. Has made over forty appearances for the club but is still looking for his first goal

The 32 year old centre half, brings much needed experience to the Gable Endies back line having joined on a two year deal from Clyde in the summer. After a short stint at Ross County in 2003, Michael's career began in earnest when he moved to Alloa Athletic, where he spent 3 years, making 59 appearances and scoring 4 goals. Bolochoweckyj moved to newly promoted Berwick Rangers in 2007 where he scored in the Scottish League Cup against Stenhousemuir to help his side to an extra time win. The following year he moved to East Stirlingshire and scored just eleven days after signing in a 1–1 home draw with Dumbarton, which ended a run of eleven consecutive defeats for The Shire. Michael moved to Forfar Athletic in 2010 but returned to The Shire in 2013 for another 2 seasons before signing for Barry Ferguson at Clyde last year, scoring on his debut against Livingston, this time in the Scottish Challenge Cup

MATTY ALLAN (Defender)

Ryan started his career as a youth player with Dundee United. He joined Dunfermline Athletic for a six month loan in season 2013/14. He left United in January 2014 and joined Brechin City. The 22 year old Kirriemuir based midfielder made 27 appearances for Brechin City in season 2014/15 scoring twice. A player known to manager Paul Hegarty from his days at Tannadice. Can also play in midfield. He joined Montrose in July 2015 and made over thirty appearances last season

PAUL WATSON (Midfield)
Club captain Paul managed only six games for the club last season due to injury but has proved his fitness in pre-season to be rewarded a new one year contract. Paul re-joined Montrose in July 2012 from St Andrews United for his third spell at Links Park. His first two spells came on loan from firstly Arbroath in season 2009/10 and then from Forfar Athletic the following season. After his first spell at Links Park, Paul was sold by Arbroath to Forfar Athletic but after being released at the end of the 10/11 he joined Peterhead. Had a spell with St Andrews United before his move to Links Park in the 2012. Scored in the opening four matches of the season 2012/13 before ending the season with six goals. In season 2013/14 Paul finished second behind Bryan Deasley in the Montrose goalscoring stakes with eight goals from midfield with a number coming from his trademark free kicks and long range efforts has over twenty goals for the club in over 110 appearances. A big favourite with the Gable Endies support

Now in his seventh season at Links Park Terry is now the longest serving player at the club after joining in June 2010 from junior side Carnoustie Panmure. He played for both Dundee and Dundee United before the 27year old moved to his home town side Arbroath. He spent two seasons at Gayfield making 4 starts and 16 substitute appearances before moving to Carnoustie Panmure. Brechin City brought Masson on board for the final stages of season 2009/10 and Masson was regular off the bench as the Glebe Park side reached the Play-Off Final. Terry picked up a knee injury on his Montrose debut at Dens Park against Dundee in August 2010 and didn’t play again until January 2011. Has made over one hundred and seventy appearances for Montrose scoring a number of important goals. Can play in a variety of positions including right back and central midfield and never lets the side down

Graham hit ten goals for Montrose last season after making over thirty appearances in his wide right position. Signed a new deal at Links Park in May. Webby joined Montrose in July 2013 from Dundee after a successful pre-season trial and made over 35 appearances in his first season at Links Park. He was a member of Dundee's Under 19 squad and with Dundee in administration and relying on youth Webster made his first team debut on 10 April 2011 against Stirling Albion from the start. He made two further appearances that season one as a substitute and played the full 90 minutes on the closing day of the season. Graham didn’t make any appearances in the Premier League that season. Can play in a wide role or in central midfield. Had a brief spell on loan to Carnoustie Panmure in season 14/15 but was quickly recalled by new manager Paul Hegarty. Made his 100th Montrose appearance in a 1 – 0 victory over Edinburgh City. Age 23.

Gary joined Montrose in the summer of 2015 and went onto finish the season with 19 goals from 39 matches. He picked up the Players Player of the Year, Top goalscorer and Junior Fans Favourite awards at the end of the season as well as finished third in the League Two scoring charts. A real find by the Montrose management team, Fraser showed some great finishing during the season with some stunning strikes with both feet in and around the penalty area. The 30-year-old, was previously of Celtic and Rangers, made 26 appearances for Forfar Athletic in season 2006/07, scoring twice before being given a two year deal by the Station Park side at the end of that season. Fraser left Forfar Athletic in 2008 to join Dundee Violet before having spells with junior sides Dundee Downfield, Kinnoull juniors, Montrose Roselea, Broughty Athletic and Perth based junior side Jeanfield Swifts from whom he joined the Gable Endies from last summer.

Goalscorer Ross joined Montrose in January 2015 from East Fife. He started his career with East of Scotland League side Spartans before spending six goal laden seasons at Forfar Athletic, where he played alongside his brother Ian under the guidance of father Dick. Scored six goals for Montrose in season 2014/15 and five last season when he missed only missed one match. Somewhat a versatile player Ross played at left back, centre half, midfield and upfront for the Gable Endies last season well he put in a great shift for the side he captained for the majority of the season. Age 32.

Chris joined Montrose until the end of the season 2015/16 after his release by Forfar Athletic in January 2016; this deal was quickly extended to the end of season 2016/17 by the Montrose management team.
Templeman left Forfar Athletic after a 7 year spell during which time he scored 68 goals in 268 appearances.
Gable Endies gaffer Paul Hegarty wasted no time in adding the 6' 5" front man to his youthful squad. Templeman began his career with Dunfermline in 1997, and after loan spells with Stirling Albion and Dumbarton, joined Brechin in 2001. He helped the Glebe Park side win the Third Division title in 2002 before a move to Morton in December 2004. Released by Morton in early 2008, Chris joined East Fife before moving to Angus the following year. Templeman played against the Mighty Mo earlier in the season 2015/16 in the Petrofac Challenge Cup which Forfar Athletic won 1-

KERR HAY (Forward)


Coaching Staff

Stewart Petrie

ROSS CAMPBELL (Assistant Manager) Goalscorer Ross joined Montrose in January 2015 from East Fife. He started his career with East of Scotland League side Spartans before spending six goal laden seasons at Forfar Athletic, where he played alongside his brother Ian under the guidance of father Dick. Scored six goals for Montrose in season 2014/15 and five last season when he missed only missed one match. Somewhat a versatile player Ross played at left back, centre half, midfield and upfront for the Gable Endies last season well he put in a great shift for the side he captained for the majority of the season. Age 32.

JIM BUTTER (Goalkeeping Coach)
Jim Butter is now his fifth spell at Montrose this time as goalkeeping coach. He rejoined the Gable Endies in the summer of 2003 from East Fife after helping the Fifers to a place in Division Two having left Montrose for Bayview in 2002.
Started his career with Blairgowrie Juniors, before having spells with St Johnstone, Alloa Athletic, Queen of the South, Montrose, Brechin City, East Stirlingshire, Montrose and East Fife.
Since leaving Links Park Jim has had coaching positions with Arbroath, Lochee United and Alloa Athletic.



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