League Two side Brechin City have added some experience to their ranks. They have signed the former Partick Thistle captain Abdul Osman.
The 33-year-old last played for English side Dartford, but he has made his return to Scottish football. Osman spent four years with Partick, and was a mainstay of the side whilst they were in the Scottish Premiership.
New team is currently bottom of the league
At the moment League Two is currently suspended in Scotland. However, once the game gets the go-ahead to return Osman will be a key man for Brechin. At the moment, they sit bottom of League Two. However, that could change if the players manages to exert his influence on the games.
Brechin boss Michael Paton has had his say on the signing, he is thrilled to bring such an experienced player to the club. He also discloses that he knows what the player can bring to the side after playing alongside Osman just last season.
“Wealth of football knowledge”
“I’m absolutely delighted to get Abs over the line. He’s another real experienced head and comes with a wealth of football knowledge as well. I played with him last year at Queen of the South – he is a leader and a real presence on the park” he said (official Brechin City website).
“I’m happy that he’s decided to come to Brechin. He’s up for the battle. He knows where we’re at, and he knows where we want to go as a club. He wants to be part of the journey and say he helped Brechin get back to where we want to be. We’re really looking forward to seeing him in a City shirt” he concluded.