Former Falkirk midfielder Dale Fulton has been training with Bo’ness United with a view to winning a deal after his release from Stirling Albion.
The 22-year-old, whose father Steve played for Celtic and Hearts, made 35 appearances for the Binos after being released by the Bairns in 2013.
Meanwhile Bo’ness manager Allan McGonigal admitted his Super League champions haven’t been at their best recently but insisted winning is all that matters. “We’re not playing well and nobody is hiding that, but we’ve won eight out of our last ten games,” he said. “We’re sitting second in the league and we’re in the two other cups and everybody is telling me we’ve got a crisis.”
The BUs are 16 points adrift of leaders Kelty Hearts with four games in hand as they prepare to go to Fauldhouse on Super League duty tomorrow.
McGonigal added: “We’ve never been able to get a settled team due to injuries and I think that’s affected our performances. To win league championships, consistency is a big factor and at the moment through having people missing we’ve not been able to get that.”