Stirling Albion can confirm that Ross County goalkeeper Mark Foden and Hearts winger Callumn Morrison have returned to their parent clubs after loan spells at Forthbank in the first half of the season.
Mark, 21, made his debut in the 3-1 Betfred Cup win over Forfar Athletic at Station Park in July and went on to make five appearances for Dave Mackay’s side.
Callumn, 18, was a major factor in our outstanding form in the early months of the season – he had scored nine goals by the end of September and added one more against Edinburgh City in November, while also weighing in with several assists.
The former SAFC youth player was due to be with us until after Saturday’s game against Peterhead but would have missed that match due to the ankle injury sustained at Stenhousemuir on January 2 and has now returned to Tynecastle, along with several other of the Premiership clubs loanees from around the SPFL.
We would like to thank both Mark and Callumn for their efforts and wish them all the very best for the future.