Kilmarnock won’t be signing former West Brom youngster Andre Wright after a short trial period at Rugby Park.

The striker started out as a promising forward at West Brom, featuring heavily for their U23s. Since leaving the Baggies he has been at several clubs, including Brighton, Kidderminster Harriers, Nuneaton Borough, Torquay United and most recently Bohemians over in Ireland, where he scored 16 goals in 35 matches.

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Kilmarnock had taken a look at the former West Brom striker. (Photo By Ben McShane/Sportsfile via Getty Images)

Alex Dyer took him in at Kilmarnock for a short trial period but this has now come to an end. It has been decided that the striker doesn’t fit what Killie are after and will not be picking him up.

Killie face a tough trip to Hibs this weekend, the Hibees currently sitting fourth in the table, although they are currently without a win in four matches. Dyer’s men are undefeated in their last three.


Last week the club lost main striker Eamonn Brophy to St Mirren on loan, the capped Scotland forward signing a three-year pre-contract deal in Paisley.

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