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New Brora Rangers signing has Maximum ambition with club since joining from Nairn County

By Will Clark

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MAX Ewan says the ambition shown by Brora Rangers in the last few seasons convinced him to sign with the Highland League champions.

Nairn County v Fraserburgh, Station Park, Nairn...Nairn's Max Ewan...Picture: Callum Mackay..
Nairn County v Fraserburgh, Station Park, Nairn...Nairn's Max Ewan...Picture: Callum Mackay..

The 20-year-old has arrived at Dudgeon Park from Nairn County, signing a three-year deal and is described as one of the top young talents in the division.

Ewan says he has always been impressed with the way Brora Rangers operate as a team on the pitch and says it is something he is keen to be part of.

He also has ambitions of playing at a higher level in the future and with Brora aiming for promotion to League Two, is keen to be part of their plans.

“I want to play at the highest possible level I can,” he said.

“It took me half a season to get used to the Highland League and I got sorted in that.

“The ambition at Brora Rangers really excites me and I want to test myself against the best players as well.”
Ewan joined Nairn County, his hometown club, in 2017, after leaving Inverness Caledonian Thistle when he was 16-years-old.

During his time at Station Park, he made 104 appearances and scored 33 goals.

Ewan says he enjoyed his time at Nairn County, a club where his father and grandfather also played.

But he felt it was the right time to leave Nairn and feels joining a club like Brora Rangers will suit his style of play more.

“Brora Rangers are the champions to start with and every time I have seen them play they knock the ball about really well,” he said.

“I like the way they play, everything is on the floor and that is the way I like to play football.

“I am really excited about the opportunity and I can’t wait to get started.

“I just want to get settled in at Brora and look to kick on from there.

“I know a few of the boys already and hopefully we can do well.”

Speaking of his time at Nairn County, he said: “It was a great honour to play for my hometown club and get over 100 appearances there.

“I loved playing for Nairn and it was a tough decision to make to leave.

“But the timing was right, it felt right to me to move to a club like Brora, I couldn’t turn down the opportunity.”

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