YOKER Athletic co-managers Peter McKenna and Tommy Montgomery aren’t finished looking at more potential signings as they look to put the final touches to their 2020-21 squad.

The pair have been hard at work during lockdown securing the services of several of last season’s squad, along with a number of new additions ahead of the new challenge of the West of Scotland Football League.

At present they have re-signed nine of last season’s squad and made six new additions, bringing in defender Robbie Davidson, midfielders Jamie Young, Andy Campbell, Scott Gallacher and Ross McDonald, and striker Kyle Maxwell.

These shrewd signings have given them a strong nucleus of a squad and both are busy looking at several other players, to add the finishing touches.

The lockdown and the halting of training last week have made it difficult for them to have a look at players, however after clubs were given the green light to start full contact training from Monday of this week, they are working on bringing in more players with a view to potential signings.

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Off the field, the club’s media team have been working on a number of new ideas, with the aim of giving the supporters much more access to a quality content, with professional quality pictures, videos, and regular updates to what is happening at the club.

The committee have also signed a deal with a new kit manufacturer and have been busy designing a unique bespoke kit for the first team and youth academy.

Everyone at the club is excited to see the supporters’ reactions when they unveil the new kit, hopefully launching within in the next few weeks.

During lockdown, the club’s supporters have been outstanding, helping bring much needed revenue.

This has including a weekly bonus ball, player sponsorships among a host of other things. A club spokesperson added: “It has been a fantastic and appreciative effort from them all.”