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27 Aug 2016 - 15:00

New Signing for the Lichties

Jason Brown

Arbroath have completed the loan signing of 20 year old midfielder, Jason Brown from Inverness Caledonian Thistle until January 2017.

Jason came on as a substitute in our Betfred Cup defeat at Inverness in July.

In February he was named as one of the SPFL wonderkids to watch out for http://spfl.co.uk/news/article/spfl-wonderkid-17–jason-brown/

We look forward to seeing what Jason can do at Gayfield.

Welcome to the club!

Photograph courtesy spfl.co.uk

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Lichties Sign Inverness Midfielder on Loan

Arbroath have signed midfielder, Jason Brown on loan from Inverness Caledonian Thistle until January. Jason is 20 years old and featured in the recent Betfred Cup tie between the two sides in July.

Hall of Fame Dinner Heading for a Sell Out

Hall of Fame 2016

ARBROATH FC
HALL OF FAME DINNER
Arbroath FC is holding its annual Hall of Fame Dinner within a Marquee on the pitch at Gayfield on the evening of Friday, 9th September, 2016. Last year’s event was a great success and the Club is looking forward to another great night of entertainment.
After consultation with Club Supporters, the Club has decided that the following individuals will be inducted into the Club’s Hall of Fame recognising the great service, commitment and dedication they gave to the Club and its Supporters. The 2016 Inductees are:

Bob McGlashan who joined the club as a player and subsequently filled the roles of Secretary and Manager in a continuous period spanning 50 years.
Ian Stirling, a local lad who again joined the Club as a player and went on to captain the Club through a very successful period. After hanging up his boots he joined the Board before becoming Chairman.
Jimmy Jack fills a prominent place in Arbroath Football Club’s Hall of Fame as the greatest goal scorer in the Club’s league history, scoring 120 times during his six year spell at Gayfield.
Dave Easson who during the 1958/59 season was the biggest “goal grabber” in British senior football, notching an amazing 52 league and cup goals during a promotion winning season to the first division.
Paul Sheerin who as a rookie manager led the Club arguably to its greatest achievement in recent history winning our first national trophy in the Club’s 133 year history.
In addition to the Hall of Fame induction, guests attending the event will enjoy an excellent 3 Course meal, a variety of after Dinner Speakers hosted by the well known journalist and broadcaster Mr Bill Leckie, as well as an Auction and Raffle.
It has also been confirmed that the following Scottish Football personalities will be coming along to the Event to enjoy a magnificent evening of football nostalgia; Archie Knox, Jimmy Bone, John Blackley, John Brownlie, Gordon Wallace and Jocky Scott will all be attending and the Club manager, Dick Campbell will be presenting a Question and Answer session with Archie Knox which will undoubtedly be an interesting and entertaining part of the evening.
A number of several other great Arbroath players from the past have also agreed to come along to the Dinner and they along with the other football personalities, will no doubt be happy to chat with Guests and Supporters of the Club.
The Club are delighted that so many of its past Players and Managers are giving up their time to support the Club’s Hall of Fame celebrations and this promises to be an evening packed full of humour, enjoyment, sporting history as well as a formal recognition of great service given to the Club over many years.
Tickets sales are nearing a sell out so to secure your place at this fantastic evening, please call 01241 872157 or 07864 195158 or email afc@strathmoreeventservices.co.uk

Matchday Experience v Stirling Albion

Matchday Dryburgh 2016

This week we welcome Dryburgh Athletic Under 15 Girls to Gayfield for the Matchday Experience. The girls are having a great season so far and we are delighted that they are showcasing their skills on the hallowed turf on Saturday.

Have a great time girls on Saturday and best wishes for the rest of the season.

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Jason Brown

This is a photograph of Jason as he came on to replace
Kevin McNaughton in the 63rd minute when we faced Inverness Caledonian Thistle in the Betfred Cup.
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Jason Brown

This is a photograph of Jason as he came on to replace 
Kevin McNaughton in the 63rd minute when we faced Inverness Caledonian Thistle in the Betfred Cup.

Jason Brown

Arbroath have completed the loan signing of 20 year old midfielder, Jason Brown from Inverness Caledonian Thistle until January 2017.

Jason came on as a substitute in our Betfred Cup defeat at Inverness in July.

In February he was named as one of the SPFL wonderkids to watch out for spfl.co.uk/news/article/spfl-wonderkid-17--jason-brown/

We look forward to seeing what Jason can do during his time at Gayfield.

Welcome to the club!

Photograph courtesy spfl.co.uk
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Jason Brown

Arbroath have completed the loan signing of 20 year old midfielder, Jason Brown from Inverness Caledonian Thistle until January 2017.

Jason came on as a substitute in our Betfred Cup defeat at Inverness in July.

In February he was named as one of the SPFL wonderkids to watch out for http://spfl.co.uk/news/article/spfl-wonderkid-17--jason-brown/

We look forward to seeing what Jason can do during his time at Gayfield.

Welcome to the club!

Photograph courtesy spfl.co.uk

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Arbroath vs Stirling Albion – Match Preview

Match day 4 – Ladbrokes League 2 - Season 2016 / 2017

Saturday 27th August 2016, Gayfield Park, 3.00pm kick off

Arbroath welcome Stirling Albion to Gayfield tomorrow as both teams play their last match before a free weekend due to the 3rd round of the Irn Bru Cup / International Break.

Stuart McLaren’s side have been building momentum after suffering an open day defeat away to Annan Athletic, before drawing at home against Clyde, then enjoying a victory over Montrose last weekend.

Like many clubs in the Ladbrokes League 2 it was a busy summer at Forthbank with many players coming and going and of course Steven Doris leaving the Binos to return to Gayfield.

Stirling Albion have boosted their squad with the signing of striker Issac Layne on loan from Alloa Athletic and will welcome back defender Ross Smith from suspension, but will be without Darren Petrie and Marc McKenzie and Jamie Mills are rated doubtful.

Arbroath manager Dick Campbell will welcome back Ryan McCord after he served his one match suspension last weekend and it is hoped fellow midfielder Martin ‘Jimmy’ Scott will be fit.

Many of the putting are turning up the pressure on their team mates as they grab their chance to shine in the team leaving the management team with a nice problem when it comes to team selection.

Stirling Albion - Ins and outs - www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/36412965

In: Darren Petrie, midfielder (Raith Rovers); Eddie Ferns, forward (Alloa Athletic); Jamie Mills, defender (Rangers); Bryan Hodge, midfielder (Forfar Athletic); Jack McCue, midfielder (Airdrieonians); Blair Henderson, forward (Berwick Rangers); Marc McKenzie, midfielder (Elgin City); Alex Docherty, midfielder (Maryhill Black Star).

Loan: Callum Morrison, midfielder (Heart of Midlothian); Issac Layne, striker (Alloa Athletic)

Out: Mark Lamont, midfielder (East Fife); Craig Beattie, forward (Edinburgh City); Steven Doris, forward (Arbroath); Phil Johnston, midfielder (Clyde); Kevin McKinlay, defender (Berwick Rangers); Lee Hamilton, defender (Berwick Rangers); Willie Robertson, midfielder (Annan Athletic); Sandy Cunningham, forward (Dulwich Hamlet); Craig Comrie, midfielder; Scot Buist, defender; Gregor Gwynne, defender; Scott Stevenson, defender.

Loan ended: Lewis McLear, midfielder (St Mirren).

The Referee will be Graham Beaton and he will be assisted by Graham Chambers and Paul O’Neill.

Admission prices at Gayfield are £13 for adults and £7 for concessions with an adult and child gate operating for £15.

We hope to see you all there getting right behind the team!

C’mon the Lichties!

Stirling Team News from - www.stirlingalbionfc.co.uk/2016/08/26/arbroath-preview-5/
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Arbroath vs Stirling Albion – Match Preview

Match day 4 – Ladbrokes League 2 - Season 2016 / 2017

Saturday 27th August 2016, Gayfield Park, 3.00pm kick off

Arbroath welcome Stirling Albion to Gayfield tomorrow as both teams play their last match before a free weekend due to the 3rd round of the Irn Bru Cup / International Break.

Stuart McLaren’s side have been building momentum after suffering an open day defeat away to Annan Athletic, before drawing at home against Clyde, then enjoying a victory over Montrose last weekend.

Like many clubs in the Ladbrokes League 2 it was a busy summer at Forthbank with many players coming and going and of course Steven Doris leaving the Binos to return to Gayfield.

Stirling Albion have boosted their squad with the signing of striker Issac Layne on loan from Alloa Athletic and will welcome back defender Ross Smith from suspension, but will be without Darren Petrie and Marc McKenzie and Jamie Mills are rated doubtful.

Arbroath manager Dick Campbell will welcome back Ryan McCord after he served his one match suspension last weekend and it is hoped fellow midfielder Martin ‘Jimmy’ Scott will be fit.   

Many of the putting are turning up the pressure on their team mates as they grab their chance to shine in the team leaving the management team with a nice problem when it comes to team selection.

Stirling Albion - Ins and outs - http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/36412965

In: Darren Petrie, midfielder (Raith Rovers); Eddie Ferns, forward (Alloa Athletic); Jamie Mills, defender (Rangers); Bryan Hodge, midfielder (Forfar Athletic); Jack McCue, midfielder (Airdrieonians); Blair Henderson, forward (Berwick Rangers); Marc McKenzie, midfielder (Elgin City); Alex Docherty, midfielder (Maryhill Black Star). 

Loan: Callum Morrison, midfielder (Heart of Midlothian); Issac Layne, striker (Alloa Athletic)

Out: Mark Lamont, midfielder (East Fife); Craig Beattie, forward (Edinburgh City); Steven Doris, forward (Arbroath); Phil Johnston, midfielder (Clyde); Kevin McKinlay, defender (Berwick Rangers); Lee Hamilton, defender (Berwick Rangers); Willie Robertson, midfielder (Annan Athletic); Sandy Cunningham, forward (Dulwich Hamlet); Craig Comrie, midfielder; Scot Buist, defender; Gregor Gwynne, defender; Scott Stevenson, defender. 

Loan ended: Lewis McLear, midfielder (St Mirren).

The Referee will be Graham Beaton and he will be assisted by Graham Chambers and Paul O’Neill. 

Admission prices at Gayfield are £13 for adults and £7 for concessions with an adult and child gate operating for £15.

We hope to see you all there getting right behind the team!

C’mon the Lichties!

Stirling Team News from - http://www.stirlingalbionfc.co.uk/2016/08/26/arbroath-preview-5/

New Signing for the Lichties

Jason Brown

Arbroath have completed the loan signing of 20 year old midfielder, Jason Brown from Inverness Caledonian Thistle until January 2017.

Jason came on as a substitute in our Betfred Cup defeat at Inverness in July.

In February he was named as one of the SPFL wonderkids to watch out for http://spfl.co.uk/news/article/spfl-wonderkid-17–jason-brown/

We look forward to seeing what Jason can do at Gayfield.

Welcome to the club!

Photograph courtesy spfl.co.uk

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Lichties Sign Inverness Midfielder on Loan

Arbroath have signed midfielder, Jason Brown on loan from Inverness Caledonian Thistle until January. Jason is 20 years old and featured in the recent Betfred Cup tie between the two sides in July.

Hall of Fame Dinner Heading for a Sell Out

Hall of Fame 2016

ARBROATH FC
HALL OF FAME DINNER
Arbroath FC is holding its annual Hall of Fame Dinner within a Marquee on the pitch at Gayfield on the evening of Friday, 9th September, 2016. Last year’s event was a great success and the Club is looking forward to another great night of entertainment.
After consultation with Club Supporters, the Club has decided that the following individuals will be inducted into the Club’s Hall of Fame recognising the great service, commitment and dedication they gave to the Club and its Supporters. The 2016 Inductees are:

Bob McGlashan who joined the club as a player and subsequently filled the roles of Secretary and Manager in a continuous period spanning 50 years.
Ian Stirling, a local lad who again joined the Club as a player and went on to captain the Club through a very successful period. After hanging up his boots he joined the Board before becoming Chairman.
Jimmy Jack fills a prominent place in Arbroath Football Club’s Hall of Fame as the greatest goal scorer in the Club’s league history, scoring 120 times during his six year spell at Gayfield.
Dave Easson who during the 1958/59 season was the biggest “goal grabber” in British senior football, notching an amazing 52 league and cup goals during a promotion winning season to the first division.
Paul Sheerin who as a rookie manager led the Club arguably to its greatest achievement in recent history winning our first national trophy in the Club’s 133 year history.
In addition to the Hall of Fame induction, guests attending the event will enjoy an excellent 3 Course meal, a variety of after Dinner Speakers hosted by the well known journalist and broadcaster Mr Bill Leckie, as well as an Auction and Raffle.
It has also been confirmed that the following Scottish Football personalities will be coming along to the Event to enjoy a magnificent evening of football nostalgia; Archie Knox, Jimmy Bone, John Blackley, John Brownlie, Gordon Wallace and Jocky Scott will all be attending and the Club manager, Dick Campbell will be presenting a Question and Answer session with Archie Knox which will undoubtedly be an interesting and entertaining part of the evening.
A number of several other great Arbroath players from the past have also agreed to come along to the Dinner and they along with the other football personalities, will no doubt be happy to chat with Guests and Supporters of the Club.
The Club are delighted that so many of its past Players and Managers are giving up their time to support the Club’s Hall of Fame celebrations and this promises to be an evening packed full of humour, enjoyment, sporting history as well as a formal recognition of great service given to the Club over many years.
Tickets sales are nearing a sell out so to secure your place at this fantastic evening, please call 01241 872157 or 07864 195158 or email afc@strathmoreeventservices.co.uk

Little Reward for a Great Start to the Season

Ricky Little

SPFL Team of the Week

Craig Fowler selects his latest SPFL Team of the Week, with Heart of Midlothian midfielder Don Cowie the star man for his performance against Inverness Caley Thistle.

We are all delighted to see that the Arbroath fans favourite Ricky Little has been chosen in the SPFL Team of the week. It is a just reward for a great start to the season by Ricky and one thing you know is that you will always get 100% effort every week from Ricky.

 
“Ricky Little (Arbroath)
Arbroath continued their unbeaten start to the campaign with terrific 1-0 win at previously top-of-the-table Elgin. Dick Campbell moved things around in defence and it had the desired effect; Red Lichties stalwart Ricky Little put in a superb showing as the visitors registered their first clean sheet of the league season.”

Read more at http://spfl.co.uk/news/article/spfl-team-of-the-week-65/#CHxlareP2PU37vxz.99

Matchday Experience v Stirling Albion

Matchday Dryburgh 2016

This week we welcome Dryburgh Athletic Under 15 Girls to Gayfield for the Matchday Experience. The girls are having a great season so far and we are delighted that they are showcasing their skills on the hallowed turf on Saturday.

Have a great time girls on Saturday and best wishes for the rest of the season.

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