Airdrie signs former Kelty Hearts attacker Dylan Easton

Airdrie has completed the signature of former Kelty Hearts forward Dylan Easton.

The 27-year-old played an important role as Kelty won the Roland League championship last season before being promoted to League 2 after defeating Bretin City in the playoffs.

Easton is a versatile offensive player and will strengthen Ian Murray’s team trying to mount in a promotion bid in League One next season.

Murray, the boss of diamonds, signed Easton when he was the boss of Dunbarton. He is pleased to have agreed to a contract with a former Livingston man.

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Murray told Airdrie’s website: “I had Dylan when I was in Dunbarton many years ago, so I’m familiar with his strengths and weaknesses.

“He feels that he can add a lot of quality to our forward play, his skill and creativity are great and he can create something out of nothing.

Airdrie boss Ian Murray

“He’s another great addition to the full-time team, and it’s a case of quality over quantity for us, so I’m very happy with all three of our signatures today.”

Easton added: “I’m happy to be part of such a great club. I can’t wait to get started.

“I want to help the team as much as possible by scoring goals and scoring, and most importantly, I’m here to help Airdrie win the league title!”

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Airdrie signs former Kelty Hearts attacker Dylan Easton

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