Kyle will dip into Norwegian experience at Balmoor

Oct 13, 2020

Peterhead look to build on Saturday’s win over Premiership Dundee United by seeing off visitors Brechin City with the Blue Toon’s summer recruit Kyle Bailey believing that a season playing in Norway has him prepared for life at what can be blowly Balmoor. 

Londoner Bailey said: “I have really enjoyed my time at Peterhead and it was an amazing feeling to win at the weekend. The boys at the club have been great with me since I came in however, they have only just told me that our ground is quite close to the North Sea and it can be a bit windy.” 

“If it is like that I will be fine as playing in Norway means that I am used to that.” 

The 26-year-old played in England for Metropolitan Police and in Malta for San Gwann before joining Jim McInally’s side after impressing on trial and he said: “My agent told me that there was a chance I could play in Scotland. After being away from home for a couple of years I had been thinking of returning to London however I thought I would give Peterhead a go.” 

“The standard in the squad is great and I have been made to feel very welcome. Scottish football has the reputation of every game being very tough and I don’t mind that. I had heard about Dundee United but I don’t know much about Brechin however I know that it will be a tough encounter and we need to show that Saturday was not a one-off.”