jordan Posted June 14, 2004 Share Posted June 14, 2004 Killie look to Srnicek Monday, 14 June 2004 by Mark Buckingham Kilmarnock have narrowed down their search for a new goalkeeper to four names, with veteran Czech Republic shot-stopper Pavel Srnicek a target. The SPL side are eager to bring in a new keeper after releasing Francois Dubourdeau and Colin Meldrum at the end of the season. Killie boss Jim Jefferies is weighing up a deal for Srnicek, who is available on a free transfer after leaving West Ham United. Other options for Jefferies include Bradford keeper Alan Combe, Republic of Ireland international Nick Colgan and Canada international Lars Hirschfeld. Jefferies is currently on holiday but the club are hoping to have new recruits at Rugby Park within the next fortnight. "The manager is away on holiday at the moment but Jim is experienced and highly accomplished at tracking people," said the club's general manager Dave MacKinnon. "It would be good to sign people in the next fortnight. "The priority is a goalkeeper, maybe two depending on finances, and then we will be looking at a central defender and a defensive midfielder." Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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