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Shire boss praises U20 side

East Stirlingshire’s U20 side have been praised by head coach Craig Tully after remaining top of the nine-team Development League East with a 2-0 win over Berwick Rangers on Monday night.

1st Oct 2014 Clubs, Football

Vidler praised for honesty

East Stirlingshire striker Billy Vidler has been praised for his honesty after admitting he did not score his first senior goal at the weekend.

30th Sep 2014 Clubs, Football

Shire sign four

East Stirlingshire boss Craig Tully has added four new players to his squad.

23rd Jul 2014 Clubs, Football

Shire seeking a striker

East Stirlingshire’s recently-appointed head coach Craig Tully has re-shaped the squad for next season with eight new players but remains on the look-out for a strike partner for David McKenna.

17th Jul 2014 Clubs, Football

Gordon joins East Kilbride

he ‘other’ Craig Gordon has also secured a new club, with the former Queen’s Park and East Stirlingshire keeper being snapped up by Lowland League East Kilbride.

10th Jul 2014 Clubs, Football

Brisbane interests East Stirling

Former Falkirk kid Steven Brisbane is interesting near neighbours East Stirling and has joined the Shire for pre-season training in a bid to secure a deal.

18th Jun 2014 Clubs, Football

Shire keeping on Chelsea's tail

East Stirlingshire chairman Tony Ford has still to hear back from Chelsea after they said they would look into his audacious bid for the sides to play a friendly fixture that has been outstanding for more than 50 years.

18th Jun 2014 Clubs, Football