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It has been mutually agreed between the Club and Scott Agnew that the player be released from the remaining year of his contract.

Aggy has moved home to be nearer his family and with the success of his business the additional travelling would make it difficult for him to make training.

Over the last 3 years Scott has contributed greatly both on & off the field with 96 appearances and 25 goals, many of which were of the spectacular variety. He was part of the team that ended our long running hoodoo against Raith Rovers, but it is his unerring passing that will live long with the fans.

Aggy leaves with the best wishes of everyone at the Bayview & we all thank him for his efforts over the last 3 seasons.

Manager Darren Young commented: “Aggy has been a great servant to the club over the last 3 years. We fully understand his need to spend more time with his family & on his business. He has scored some remarkable goals and taken on the mantle of captain when Kevin Smith has been injured and has been a model professional both on & off the park. I wish him well for the future”.