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Albion Rovers boss admits his squad is still short as he seeks to add further fresh faces

Albion Rovers boss Sandy Clark added a fresh face to his squad last week with the arrival of former Celtic youth Paul Kennedy, but admits his side are still short on numbers as they prepare for the new season.

The midfielder made his Rovers debut in Saturday's 4-0 friendly defeat to derby rivals Airdrieonians, in which he missed a big opportunity to give his side the lead in the first half.

Clark is delighted to get the 23-year-old on board from Lowland League rivals Broomhill and knows there is still plenty of work to be done to pull his squad together.

Rovers had 11 trialists in their matchday squad at New Broomfield and Clark said: "We are still short of players and I will be working to do that over the next few weeks. We are trying to achieve a good standard of player so we won't be rushing into anything. We know we've got a bit to go yet. Some of the trialists who came in did well and we hope we might announce some of them at the start of the week.

"But we are delighted to get Paul in. He is a really good player and has good experience. He has a great background, having come through at Celtic, and he will be good in the changing room. I have known him for a long time and I think he will be a good player for us. I just won't say too much about the chance he missed early in the game, which he should have scored."

Rovers will continue pre-season training this week ahead of a home friendly with local rivals Cumbernauld United on Saturday.

The West of Scotland League side will visit Cliftonhill for a 3pm kick-off and Clark added: "We'll have some good training sessions this week and work towards that. That will be a different kind of game altogether and there will be a different approach to how we play.

"But it is

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