At Kilmarnock, Tomas Brindley, Kyle Connell and Curtis Lyle have all agreed new contracts to stay at Rugby Park for the next season.
Midfielder Tomas Brindley, 19, made his first-team debut against Rangers last August. He participated in the Betfred Cup victory in November over Clyde before moving to Dumbarton on loan. Forward Kyle Connell made his first Cup appearance from Scotland In January. In the process, Kilmarnock won against Queens Park. The 19-year-old was later handed over to Airdrie and scored six goals in 27 games. As for goalkeeper Curtis Lyle (21), he is still awaiting his first appearance for the club, but has appeared on the bench.
“Kylie’s most talented youngsters have picked up new contracts to stay at Rugby Park. Tomas Brindley, Kyle Connell and Curtis Lyle have drafted new rules ahead of the 2021/22 season. They are joined by creative midfielder Steven Warnock, who last week extended his stay at Kylie until 2023. Following last season’s loan from the League One Falkirk, Euan DeVeney is also expected to stay in Ayrshire for the new campaign,” The Kylie’s official website read.
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