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Good news for Keith Football Club as captain James Brownie signs a contract extension to keep him at Kynoch Park for the next three years


By Craig Christie

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KEITH skipper James Brownie has pledged his future to the club on an extended contract.

Keith captain James Brownie has signed a new deal. Picture: Daniel Forsyth..
Keith captain James Brownie has signed a new deal. Picture: Daniel Forsyth..

The Maroons announced today that Brownie (30) has penned a contract to keep him at the club until the summer of 2024.

The midfielder is currently on the comeback trail after being sidelined through injury for the whole Highland League season so far.

He was signed for Keith by former manager Allan Hale in 2016, having previously been on the books of Turriff United.

Meanwhile the Maroons have made defender Luke Emmett available for transfer.

Emmett joined Keith in the summer as part of the deal that took defender Ryan Spink to Formartine United.

Interested clubs can contact Keith director of football Michael Brown by email on football@keithfc.com or by calling 07583 439627.


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