Calum Ferrie Extends Contract

QUEEN'S PARK are delighted to announce that goalkeeper Calum Ferrie has signed a one year extension to his contract.

Calum first joined Queen’s Park in June 2021 from Dundee FC. He made his debut for the club on 20 July 2021, against Annan Athletic, in the Premier Sports Cup.

The 6’1 tall goalkeeper, born in Shrewsbury, was promoted to first team goalkeeper on November 6th 2021, against East Fife, after an injury to Willie Muir.

Calum made a total of 31 appearances during season 2021-2022, keeping a clean sheet on eight occasions.

Calum Ferrie: ‘Delighted to extend my stay at the club’
“I’m delighted to have the opportunity to extend my stay at the club. I had one year left of my contract and to have signed for an additional year is really pleasing. It’s exciting times at the club and on the back of last season, we are all relishing the challenge of playing Championship football this season”.

Marijn Beuker: ‘Calum, an important player who played a big part in our success last year’
“We are very pleased to have extended Calum’s stay at the club. Calum is an important player for us who played a big part in our success last season, and he is the type of player that we want at the club. Calum will have an important role in the defensive block as we continue to build our team for the coming seasons.”

Owen Coyle: ‘A great shot stopper with great reflexes’
“Last season, we were very happy with Calum’s performance and development. He is a great shot stopper, with great reflexes and isn’t afraid to attack the ball.

“That’s why we have decided to extend his contract. We look forward further develop him, so our defensive organisations becomes stronger and stronger.”

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