‘Glenafton have reluctantly accepted a bid from Pollok for centre midfielder Findlay Frye. There was a fair bit of interest from other clubs but Finlay has decided to help Pollok in their promotion bid following their relegation last season. After the sad news that ex Glenafton captain Willie Howie has again tore his cruciate ligament the Newlandsfield side consider Fin was the perfect replacement and everyone at the Glens wishes Willie well with his recovery.
Findlay asked me to state he cannot thank the Committee , supporters and all the players for a tremendous time at a tremendous club, he also said it was the best time of his football career and will never forget the support he got in his time at Glenafton,‘
We at Glenafton wish Findlay all the best with his new club and have no doubt he will have the same effect with the Pollok support as he had on those the “Glens”
John Stewart, Club Secretary
He made 42 appearances for the Glens and scored 5 goals including the unforgettable winning goal against Camelon in the semi-final second leg of the Scottish Junior Cup Final.
THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES FIN ….. more photos here