Stenhousemuir sign experienced striker Jason Scotland


BY DARREN JOHNSTONE – Capital City Press

Stenhousemuir have pulled off a signing coup after snapping up experienced striker Jason Scotland on a deal until January.

The 36-year-old has joined Brown Ferguson’s side after leaving Hamilton at the end of last season.

(Pic: Kim Traynor)
Scotland departed Hamilton at the end of last season (Pic: Kim Traynor)


The 41-times capped Trinidad and Tobago marksman first arrived in Scottish football with Dundee United in 2003.

He went on to play for St Johnstone, Swansea, Wigan, Ipswich, Barnsley and latterly Accies.

Scotland could make his debut in Saturday’s League One visit of Ayr United.

A Warriors spokesperson said: “Manager Brown Ferguson has signed former Hamilton Accies player Jason Scotland on a short term contract.

“Jason has played in 399 first team games, scoring 127 goals along the way.

“Jason will be looking to add to his tally of goals during his time with the club, and impart some of his experience around his team-mates.”