The changing room at Alloa is becoming a bit more crowded after Manager Paul Hartley brought in his seventh, eighth and ninth new player to Recreation Park in a triple swoop. Joining the Wasps are the versatile Ryan Harding, midfielder Graeme Holmes and striker Ryan Caddis.
Harding, who started his career at Hibs before moving onto Livingston, Morton and East Stirling, has recently returned to Scotland after a spell with Maltese side Birkirkara and he signed for the Wasps last night
Joining him were Holmes, who was on the books of Dundee United, Airdrie United and Dunfermline, before spending last season at Morton whereas Caddis, elder brother to former Celtic and Scotland full back Paul and St Johnstone’s Liam has stepped up from Junior football.
Caddis had spells in the senior game at Ayr United and Stranraer before joining Ayrshire outfit Hurlford with Hartley saying, “Ryan comes to us highly recommended and the Ryans have great experience which we will need. Our squad is beginning to take shape.”
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