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Manager McLeod played big role in Williamson signing for Clachnacuddin

By Will Clark

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Goalkeeper Jake Williamson says teaming up with his old coach Sandy McLeod again was one of the main reasons he signed for Clachnacuddin.

The 19-year-old has signed a permanent two and a half year deal at Grant Street Park following a string of impressive performances for the club this season.

Jake Williamson has signed for Clachnacuddin. Picture: Donald Cameron
Jake Williamson has signed for Clachnacuddin. Picture: Donald Cameron

Williamson was previously involved in the Ross County youth set-up where McLeod worked as a coach before becoming the Lilywhites manager in August.

Since McLeod has come in as manager, Clachnacuddin have gone undefeated in their last four matches, including a 2-1 Scottish Cup win over Nairn County, who they played in the Highland League at Station Park last night.

Williamson says it is no coincidence Clach’s turn in fortunes have arrived with McLeod’s arrival.

“It is an exciting time at Clachnacuddin and obviously a good time for me to get a chance at the club with Sandy."

Read more in today's Highland News.

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