Stopper Jack Newman has arrived on a six-month mortgage from Premiership aspect Dundee United and is the one goalkeeper on Peterhead’s books forward of Sunday’s sport.
They’ve additionally introduced in former Motherwell teen Cody McLeod after the ahead impressed McInally as a trialist throughout pre-season.
Peterhead have accomplished a double-signing on the eve of their League Cup tie in opposition to Aberdeen – together with a much-needed goalkeeper.
The Blue Toon misplaced Lenny Wilson and Brett Lengthy in the summertime and talks with one other top-flight membership concerning a mortgage signing between the posts fell via.
It at the very least boosts the numbers for Peterhead forward of the televised sport, with Andy McCarthy and Russell McLean injured and Jason Brown suspended.
McInally mentioned: “I’m delighted to get Jack onboard as he comes extremely really helpful by the coaches at Dundee United. It’s a win-win state of affairs as we had been needing a goalkeeper and Dundee United had been on the lookout for a membership for Jack to go to and achieve aggressive expertise.
“They’ve seen the constructive work now we have executed with Kieran Freeman and Flynn Duffy in recent times and wish Jack to develop in the identical manner. He will likely be concerned immediately.
“Cody has labored arduous since coming in each by way of enjoying in video games and getting as much as the excessive health ranges of the remainder of the squad.”
“He has proven the administration staff right here that he has the need to make an affect as a primary staff participant and he now has that platform. He has expertise from the Motherwell B staff in addition to mortgage spells at Gretna and Bo’ness and he needs to be seeking to drive me to place his title on the team-sheet each week.”