Peterhead Football Club are delighted to announce that Jordon Brown has agreed to return to the club following his recent release from Cove Rangers Football Club.
Jordon first joined the club from Aberdeen in 2013 and he spent five years at Balmoor (one of them playing alongside his brother Jason) before moving to Cove where he was part of the squad that secured senior football as well as the League 2 title last season.
The 28 year could ironically play against Cove tomorrow with Peterhead manager Jim McInally saying: “When Jordon left Cove we had a chat and I am delighted that he has agreed to come back to us. I think having his brother here was a big factor and he will be in my plans for Saturday’s game if the registration gets completed in time.”
There may also be another new face however Jim was being coy with his identity saying: “We have had a player in training with us for a few weeks however his signing will depend on international clearance so we will just sit tight on that one just now.”