Chief Writer Tom Scott has a midweek look around at what is happening in some districts of Scottish Amateur Football. YOUR CLUB could feature here. Contact @Scottish Amateur Football News today.
Port Glasgow AFC will start back with Non-Contact Training this week now that they have something positive to aim for with games allowed in May.
Renfrew Rovers – GDSFC – aim to bring at least two players on board. One of the priority areas is a Goalkeeper to offer up a decent challenge for the starting jersey.
Vale of Clyde Sunday AFC have been putting in some training sessions as the Tollcross Club focus on a new challenge coming up in the GDSFC set-up.
Kirky Thistle have been looking for friendlies on May 29 and June 5.
Monklands Thistle, founded 2020, are currently training within the Scottish Government safety framework, and want to add to their squad, plus bring one sponsor on board.
Monklands Thistle play in the Lanarkshire Central League.
Motherwell Villa AFC are aiming to start up a Football Academy – working initially with very young children, and finally moving up to adults.
Coatbridge Rovers FC plan to try and create an Over-35s Section.
Athletico FC – Fife Sunday Amateur Football League – are training every Wednesday and Sunday with locations and times varying. The sessions are open to old/ new players. I understand lockdown prevented the Club from moving forward in the pursuit of appointing a new Team Manager.
Hopefully, with restrictions easing more they will be able to kick-on and make an appointment.
Springburn Thistle are looking to appoint a new Manager and Coaching Staff.