David Christie returned to action in our last fixture at Nairn. Christie had missed three months of football after working in Australia with local engineering firm Pipeline Technique. After coming almost eight minutes of the defeat, he admitted it was a long wait.

 

“The first half was ok but in the second I was tiring and the legs started to go a bit, I was put in at centre half and it was an easy job when you’re having to play against a top strike force in Conor Gethins, Sam Urquhart and Robert Duncanson who are all good, quick players and playing against them is not easy at the best of times especially after three months out. I thought the first goal they scored was offside and that set us back early.”

 

Despite trailing by two goals at the break, David admitted the way his side started the second half

was promising.

 

“The first twenty minutes we pressed them and they were stuck in their own half and then a ten minute spell sees them score three quick goals and that flattered them a bit. To concede three goals in such a short time is soul destroying and when that happens in the last twenty minutes of a game it just ruins you.”

 

Prior to signing from Islavale in the summer, the 24 year old had featured twice in consecutive seasons as a trialist and is now looking to add to the eight appearances he has made so far.

 

“I’m hoping to be back for a good few weeks now, I don’t know when I’ll be posted away again but I’ll hopefully get a good run of games while I’m back.

I was delighted to sign for Huntly in the summer it’s a team I’ve always wanted to play for and it’s been annoying having to go away but there’s not much I can do as work has to come first. It’s different when you’re not playing to keep the fitness levels up when I’m here I’m committed to playing and to keep trying my best on the pitch.”

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