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League Standings

Last update: 14/02/15

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Points Name/Goal Diff. (G. in Hand)
38 Pollok 24
27 Shettleston 7 (2)
25 Maybole 9 (-2)

Kirkintilloch 5 (2)

Kilsyth 0 (-1) 

22 Greenock Juniors -2 (-2)

Cumbernauld 1 (2)

Neilston -3 (-2)

Ardeer -13  (-3)


Rutherglen -2 (2)

Irvine -3 (-1)


Yoker -4 (3)


Thorniewood -9 (2)

Largs -9 (1)


Gaffer on the Radio

Manager, Tony McInally will be live on “Rock Sport Radio”, this Friday night 8-9pm. He will be discussing all things football with Presenter, Bill Kilgour.

 Kilgour said that he is “really looking forward to interviewing Tony this week, and I have always enjoyed how Tony’s teams play football.” 

 Make sure you tune in on Friday!

 Fans are able to listen in at rocksportradio.co.uk


McLennan: Back in Black & White

Dynamic full-back Mark McLennan has signed for Pollok for a second time.

Voted Pollok’s Player of the Year at last season’s AGM, McLennan left the club while a free agent in the summer to sign for his previous club, Irvine Meadow XI.

Tony McInally was delighted that McLennan answered his call: “he’s a quality player, and anyone who saw him play for us last season will know what a standout he was.

“When I heard he’d been released, I was straight onto the phone. We’re always looking to strengthen, and you don’t let players like Mark pass you by if you can help it, particularly at a time of year when fixtures are going to start piling up after the winter weather. We need a deep, strong squad once we get to two and three games a week.

“It’s no secret we were disappointed when Mark chose to sign elsewhere in the summer, but being honest I can understand his reasons.

“Anyway, as far as I’m concerned, that’s in the past. I’d ask every Pollok fan to get right behind Mark as soon as he steps onto the pitch in black and white again.

McLennan spoke exclusively to pollokfc.com: “I’m truly delighted to be back at Newlandsfield to play for my local team.

“I know some supporters might find that a bit hard to take after I left the club in the summer. I can only say to them that sometimes in life you take hard decisions and unfortunately you can’t always get it right.

“The Pollok support were great to me last season—being voted player of the year is up there with the greatest honours I’ve had in my career so far—and I can only offer to repay that support by helping get the club back to where it belongs.”

McLennan’s new deal will run until the end of season 2015-16.


Signing News: Strike Pair Sign New Deals

Pollok strike duo David Winters and Allan MacKenzie today pledged their future to Lok by penning deals which will see them lead the attack for the club next season.

David Winters spoke exclusively to pollokfc.com: "I've loved my time at Pollok, so when Tony approached me about next season, I didn't hesitate to offer my services. Newlandsfield is a great place to play football; the support is loud and passionate, the training is great and the facilities are also second to none.

"Pollok players are treated really well, the guys behind the scenes work so hard that we want for nothing, so signing up for next year was a complete no-brainer!

"I'm beyond chuffed that Allan is staying too. He's the ideal strike partner; tall, strong and not afraid to get involved when it matters. He puts a huge shift in every time he plays. We've worked really well together this season and I can only see that getting better as we develop our partnership."

Tony McInally told us "With these signings, and the boys we signed up last week, I feel as though we've really laid down a marker to other clubs, saying that we mean business. I'm delighted for the supporters as well; there's no doubting the quality of these boys, and I know the supporters enjoy watching them. I'm they'll continue to do the business as we continue our fight towards promotion."


Committee Notice

Wednesday's general committee meeting will commence at 20:00.


Seats Available for St. Andrew's

A small number of seats are available on the team bus for Saturday. Please contact Stuart McCulloch on 01355 303204 for more information.


Information for Supporters: St Andrews Utd v Pollok

St Andrew’s United have contacted the club and asked us to pass on the following information to supporters planning to travel to the game next Saturday.

It outlines entry procedures for visiting fans and coach parking amongst other things, so it is important that supporters familiarise themselves with this information before travelling.

We have also been advised that bar snacks will be available in the Social Club.

There is also a hospitality package available which includes a two-course meal (Soup and Steak Pie/vegetarian option), drinks, programme and match entry. This costs £30 per head and must be booked before 6pm on Wednesday. Anyone interested should contact Mark Johnson by email or by telephone on 07825 883608.


Signing News

Pollok Football Club is delighted to announce the identities of a further three players who have joined captain Paul Gallacher in signing new deals with the club for season 2015-16.

Midfield pair John Sweeney and Findlay Frye were joined by keeper Jordan Longmuir in putting pen to paper to commit their future to the Lok.

Club President, Stuart Macdonald, was effusive in his praise: “it is significant to us that four of our top players have already agreed deals for next season; I feel it’s another sign that this great football club is once again heading back on the right track.

“Credit must go to Tony, Stewart and team who have worked their socks off behind the scenes to prepare these deals.”



Captain Gal Signs New Lok Deal

Pollok skipper Paul Gallacher has put pen to paper on a contract extension which will see him lead the Newlandsfield men in season 2015-16.

Tony McInally told pollokfc.com: "signing Paul in the first place was a massive coup for the club, and I'm sure supporters will agree his performances this season have been nothing short of inspirational.

"Paul loves playing for Pollok and he didn't think twice about agreeing a deal for next season. I'm personally delighted I can count on Paul being at the back next season.

"We've got another few players who've agreed deals for next season, and once the ink is dry we will share the news. It's an exciting time."

The club has also completed the signing of goalkeeper Ryan Ward.


Transfer News

26 year-old Pollok midfielder Marco Andreoni has been made available for transfer.

Interested parties are asked to contact the club for further details.

Goalkeeper Ross Harkness has left the club and signed for Sauchie. He leaves with our very best wishes.


New Pollok Merchandise Available

Sharp-eyed supporters may have noticed a new range of Lok merchandise doing the rounds in recent months. We are pleased to report that we are now able to take orders online!

Please look at http://www.pollokfc.com/shop for further details.