Euan Dryburgh makes his comeback!

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Apr 19

It’s been a tough 18 months for the now club skipper.

A shoulder injury at home to Cruden Bay ruled him out for months of last season and then a leg break in the first pre season friendly against Forfar West End saw the skipper face another lengthy battle to get back on the pitch.

But he’s made it and with 30 mins remaining he played a vital part in our visit to Islavale, winning 4-3 with a stoppage time winner from Caly Reid.

Here’s what he had to say…

It’s been a long, slow road to recovery and I’m delighted to have made it back into the team this season. That was the goal from the days/weeks after I broke my leg, with the gaffer saying he was going to plan for a season without me. It gave me something to focus on regaining strength to get back as early and as fit as I could. I’m happy to have achieved it, even better that we managed to grind out the win in the way that we did. Now we’re into the business end of the season I’m hoping to play as big a role as I can. That character shown will be hugely important for us in the next few months as we really try to push for promotion.