PETRIE BRINGS ANOTHER NEW FACE TO LINKS PARK
The 22 year old from Kelty came through the youth ranks at Cowdenbeath during which time he trialled at Birmingham City. Eventually breaking into the Blue Brazil first team, Liam made 26 appearances before moving to Gayfield last summer.
Despite featuring 13 times this season for our Angus neighbours, most of these were from the bench and when Mo boss Stewart Petrie came calling, Dick Campbell was persuaded to give the youngster a chance at Links Park.
Manager Stewart Petrie said, "Liam will be a great asset to our squad. He is naturally left sided and can play both in defence and across midfield.
"He also comes from a family with a strong footballing pedigree with his father Willie having played for Montrose in the 90's, his grandfather Willie Snr having played for Scotland in the 60's and his fathers uncle, Tommy having played for Celtic in the 70's.
Liam will begin his Gable Endies career against a club he knows well, when Cowdenbeath visit Links Park on Saturday.
The Club also confirmed that Ross Lennie has left the club at the end of his contract and signed for Fife Junior outfit Dundonald Bluebell.
We wish Ross the very best of luck for the future.