St Joe’s Receive Training Kit From Scotland Star John McGinn has given St Joseph’s AFC a huge boost by sponsoring their training kit, writes Tom Scott.
McGinn and his family know the Clydebank-based club well – even taking opportunities to watch them playing previously in the Scottish Amateur Football League, and now in the Caledonian League when schedules permit.
The Scotland star decided to help them, and maintain high standards by offering them training kit sponsorship, which officials were delighted to accept.
Said St Joe’s Manager Adjie MacColl “It was a tremendous gesture by John McGinn. We can’t thank him enough.”
Many thanks to Mr John Gibbons at St Joseph’s AFC for supplying the photograph.
St Joseph’s AFC Manager Adjie MacColl and the Clydebank-based set-up are looking forward to their next friendly test this afternoon, writes Tom Scott.
Castlemilk OBC will host what should be a great 90 minutes, and the visiting gaffer has already been impressed with the way they go about their business having watched them preparing for the recent Jimmy Marshall Summer Cup final against ultimate winners Arthurlie FC Amateurs (2-0) at Glasgow Green.
St Joseph’s AFC Manager Adjie MacColl is still looking for a friendly on July 17th, writes Tom Scott.
While the Clydebank club have been successful in fixing up games against West Park United – Amateurs this Saturday, July 10, and the visit of Ayrshire opponents New Farm Loch at Scotstoun on July 24 – thanks to the Gaffer publicising his Club through Scottish Amateur Football News, he has been unsuccessful in approaches to fill the gap on Glasgow Fair weekend.
Adjie told me “I have followed your daily coverage at SAFN and thought we had opposition lined-up, but it has not worked out.”
SATURDAY, JULY 17… Away Friendly Wanted by St Joseph’s AFC. Contact Manager Adjie MacColl directly with a call to 07757690725.