Dunfermline Athletic

Stuart Morrison out on loan

Sunday, 2nd Feb 2020

20 year old Pars man plays at Hampden Park. Stuart played in four of the Pars Betfred Cup matches at the start of this season including all 120 minutes at Celtic Park.

A product of the Dunfermline Athletic youth system Stuart Morrison has gone out on loan to Queens Park until the end of the 2019-2020 season.

The 20 year old former Inverkeithing High School pupil, played in four of the Pars Betfred Cup matches at the start of this season including all 120 minutes at Celtic Park. He only made one start after that and has been loaned out to Queens Park to gain valuable game time. He made his Spiders debut on Saturday 1st February in the 1-0 win over Cowdenbeath.

Stuart was loaned out to Edinburgh City on 2nd August 2017, Stuart made 23 appearances for the Scottish League Two side during the 2017-18 season.

Stuart has been at Dunfermline for thirteen seasons from the age of eight. He signed a full time contract in April 2016.

Even before that Stuart had played between 30 and 40 under 20s matches.

He made his debut for the 20s up at Inverness just days after his sixteenth birthday. It was also against Inverness that he made both his Dunfermline cup and the league debut.

Stuart’s debut was at Inverness in the Irn Bru Cup in August 2018 and his league debut was at Inverness on 4th May 2019.



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