Ayr United boss relishing battle of the keepers at Somerset Park

Lee Bullen has fired the beginning pistol on the race to turn into United’s primary goalkeeper.

Bullen is relishing the tussle between Aidan McAdams and Charlie Albinson.

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Hero Albinson made important saves – together with two spot kicks – as Ayr beat Elgin 4-3 on penalties within the Premier Sports activities Cup.

However Bullen is anticipated to combine it up over the subsequent few video games earlier than making his No.1 selection.

And the gaffer reckons it’s a terrific headache to have.

Bully mentioned: “We’re nonetheless experimenting, folks, giving everybody alternatives.

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“However the goalkeeping place is the one which’s going to trigger me a little bit of an issue.

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“Aidan was excellent for us final season and Charlie has been good in pre-season, so it’s a superb downside to have.

“We would like competitors for locations and that’s why we are attempting to stability the squad.

Ayr United manager Lee Bullen
Ayr United supervisor Lee Bullen (Picture: SNS Group)

“It means everyone seems to be wanting over their shoulders realizing that in the event that they don’t carry out then somebody goes to take their place. That’s what we’d like.”

United’s subsequent aggressive outing can be away to Annan Athletic on Tuesday, July 19 within the Premier Sports activities Cup.

In the meantime, Bullen is annoyed by purple tape holding up French midfielder David Bangala. He nonetheless awaits the nod on an English examination he sat to progress his visa. Bullen admitted: “It’s a nightmare!”

United’s Open Day returns to Somerset between 12-4pm on Saturday. Stadium excursions, youngsters’s challenges and assembly gamers is on the agenda. The hospitality suite will host a espresso morning in support of Whiteleys Retreat and Ayrshire Most cancers Help.

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