Winters deal now hoting up

ALBION Rovers are in talks with striker Robbie Winters about a Cliftonhill deal.

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The former Dundee United, Aberdeen and Livingston star has featured as a trialist for the Coatbridge side in recent weeks and is in line to face Queen of the South this weekend.

Rovers are at the foot of the Irn-Bru Second Division and boss Todd Lumsden is eager to add to his attacking arsenal.

He said: "We are still negotiating to see if we can get Robbie signed.

"He can still play one more game for us as a trialist so hopefully he will either do that or play as a signed player against Queen of the South.

"We are still trying to get that one done.

"Scott Sally has signed, which is good.

"He has had a chest infection and was not feeling too clever but he will be okay, hopefully."


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