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Fraser Bryden signs first Professional Contract
January 13, 2022

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Fraser Bryden signs first Professional Contract

Ayr United are delighted to announce that Fraser Bryden has signed his first professional contract.

Fraser has put pen to paper on a deal until June 2024.

He is an Ayr United supporter and has supported the Club both at home and up and down the country on away days.

A graduate of our very own Ayr United Football Academy, where he had been since he was 10, Fraser made his first team debut coming on as a substitute for Michael Moffat in the second half in our 1-0 win over Arbroath last Saturday, where he put in an impressive display.

Head of Academy, Davie White says: "Fraser's a huge Ayr United fan and his journey with the Club started with AUFA community sessions in Dailly when he was 7. He signed for the Academy when he was 10 from Carrick BC.

He's a very hardworking striker who has scored a lot of goals in academy football. He's now facing the hardest transition to move into first team football and train and play with men but so far he's taken that challenge head on and I've no doubt he will continue to work hard to improve.

He's got some great role models in the squad at the moment and I'm looking forward to working with Lee to continue to help develop him as best I can".

Congratulations Fraser!