Kyle Hutton, a former Rangers midfielder, is looking forward to reuniting with his old teammate Kyle Lafferty in the West of Scotland League (WOSL) this season. Hutton, who now plays for Gartcairn, is excited about the prospect of facing Lafferty’s Johnstone Burgh side, despite knowing that they will be tough competition for the Premier crown.

The two players used to be travel companions back in 2011, with Lafferty helping out Hutton when he lost his driver’s license. Despite their friendly banter, Hutton is focused on helping Gartcairn make a title push this season. He acknowledges the quality of players in Johnstone Burgh, including Lafferty, Graham Dorrans, Del Esplin, and Jason Naismith, but remains confident in his team’s abilities.

Hutton expressed his excitement about joining Gartcairn and praised the quality of players at the club. He had a difficult departure from his previous club, Darvel, following the sacking of the manager, Tony McInally, which left a bad taste in his mouth. Despite the challenges, Hutton is determined to move forward and make a positive impact at Gartcairn.

Having played for 13 clubs throughout his career, Hutton believes he still has a few more years of football left in him. While he acknowledges the toll that pre-season training can take on his body, he remains optimistic about his future in the sport. With his experience and determination, Hutton is looking forward to contributing to Gartcairn’s success in the upcoming season.

In a league as competitive as the WOSL, consistency is key to achieving success. Hutton and his teammates are prepared to work hard and give their best to compete against strong opponents like Johnstone Burgh. With a mix of seasoned players and promising talents, Gartcairn is gearing up for an exciting season ahead.

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