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Former Alloa Athletic starlet joins Wishaw on long-term deal in signing coup for boss

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Wishaw boss David Dunn reckons the club have pulled off a signing coup after former Alloa kid Reis Webster penned a 16-month deal with the club.The 19-year-old joined Wishy in the summer on loan from the Wasps but a horror anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury in a pre-season clash with Caledonian Braves ruled him out for seven months.Webster has since been released by Alloa and this week signed up for Dunn’s side, with the gaffer insisting he will be a ‘terrific asset’.“We are absolutely over the moon that Reis has decided to sign for us,” he said. “Reis has worked very hard to get himself back fit.

He’s passed all the tests to get him back into full contact training and he is absolutely champing at the bit.“He will be a terrific asset for the club.“Everyone at the club was so excited when we got him at the start of the season.“We had such high hopes for him and now we hope he’ll be able to show what he can do.“It is unbelievable for a club like us to get a player like Reis.”Webster could make his debut in Saturday’s West of Scotland Second Division clash at home to Glasgow Perthshire.Meanwhile, Dunn admits he had “mixed emotions” about his side’s display as 10-man Wishaw fought back from 2-0 down to draw with St Anthony’s last weekend to move out of the relegation zone in West of Scotland Second Division.The Beltane Park boss was far from happy with their first half display but was delighted with the character they showed to mount a comeback, thanks to goals from Kieran Brannan and Kieran Campbell either side of half-time.And he reckons they might have gone on to win if not for Scott Nicol’s red card heading into the final 20 minutes.Dunn said: “I’ve got mixed emotions.

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