Irvine Meadow desires to provide the strike ace the possibility of a everlasting return after the trialist’s cameo

Irvine Meadow offers Eddie McTernan the chance of a permanent return after the strike ace’s appearance as a trialist in yesterday’s 3-2 win over Blantyre.

McTernan left the club that summer for a fresh start with the Conference Club Arthurlie.

But the Barrhead team released their entire squad after deciding to drop out of football for a year, which means McTernan is a free agent again.

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Medda co-boss Colin Spence now hopes to convince the killer to sign up for a second spell to relieve the main strike duo Connor Boyd and Dylan Pooler.

He said, “Eddie came through the week playing a bounce game and looked really hot considering he didn’t play.

“With Brendan Sharpe injured, we have to add something up there to help the boys.

“Dylan was excellent and he was involved in most of our goals, but a lot of the goals seem to fall on Connor right now. If he doesn’t score, we don’t seem to be scoring.

“We need someone to take some of the strain off us.

“Eddie may have made a mistake leaving. He was probably the one we lost over the summer and that we wanted to keep to get him back would be a real bonus.

“He’s lively, he’s a goalscorer and a good boy. He’s got a bit of experience now too. If we can get him in he’ll be a good new signing.”

Spence also admitted that he wants to bring in reinforcements for the new year.

“We might want to bring a few more to strengthen the squad,” he admitted.

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