Skipper Hands The Torch Over After 12 Years

The SKIPPER has hung up the armband as he calls time on a 12-year career. Chris Donnelly has decided to move over now at the level and join another club. Thanks, Chrissy for the memories. https://www.linlithgowgazette.co.uk/sport/football/exclusive-boness-united-skipper-and-fans-favourite-chris-donnelly-quitting-the-club-after-12-years-3226523 Craig Goldthorp Journal Reporter

Rangers & Celtic Colts Being Considered At Lowland League

The Scottish Lowland Football League (SLFL) can today confirm that it has entered into discussions to invite Rangers and Celtic ‘B’ teams to enter the league for next season (2021/22) on a one-season basis. The discussions, which are at an early stage, have come following an invite to open talks from the Lowland League to both clubs to help solve…

Bo’ness United manager secures six new signings for next season

Max Christie interview: Bo’ness United manager secures six new signings for next season In a hugely productive few days, Bo’ness United manager Max Christie has secured no fewer than six new players on pre-contract agreements. Craig Goldthorp Bo’ness Journal Reporter https://www.linlithgowgazette.co.uk/sport/football/max-christie-interview-boness-united-manager-secures-six-new-signings-for-next-season-3218673

Success With Signing On For This Season.

  In a major boost for Bo’ness United, gaffer Max Christie has secured squad men Nick Locke, Ryan Stevenson and Tom Grant on new contracts for next season. Craig Goldthorpe Reporter Bo’ness Journal https://www.linlithgowgazette.co.uk/ https://www.linlithgowgazette.co.uk/sport/football/boost-for-boness-united-as-manager-max-christie-persuades-three-key-squad-men-to-stay-for-next-season-3210642