Monday, 27 June 2011

Rory McAllister opts for plumbing

24-year old striker Rory McAllister was the target of a number of clubs including Charlton. However, he has decided to accept a two year part-time contract with Peterhead. His main reason for staying with the Blue Toon is that he is in the final year of his plumbing apprenticeship and he clearly thinks that this offers better prospects than football.

Perhaps he could have doubled up at The Valley on plumbing maintenance and playing.

1 comment:

letterneversent said...

I don't think it was any great loss, I think he is over-rated and unless he has improved at least 10 fold since he was in the top-flight with Inverness Caley Thistle then he has made the right choice. We should possibly be looking at Adam Rooney from Inverness though, contract ended and a good goalscorer.