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Sport Aberdeen equaliser was highlight of four amazing years at Stenny, says Mark McGuigan

09:35  14 may  2021
09:35  14 may  2021 Source:   msn.com

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Mark McGuigan scored Stenhousemuir's equaliser at PittodrieImage caption: Mark McGuigan scored Stenhousemuir's equaliser at Pittodrie. Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes on BBC Radio Scotland: "The Scottish Cup's a big deal for us. We say at the start of every season, we want to go the full way in the cup competitions. "We had an opportunity to try to deal with business at home and we were well comfortable in the game, but in any game, failing to get that second goal can come back to bite you and it did.

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Mark McGuigan admits he’s sad about leaving Stenhousemuir but he’s got nothing but admiration for the club.

The Newlandsmuir man spent four seasons at the League Two side and experienced both promotion and relegation during his spell.

McGuigan is a fans favourite at the Warriors and although there were talks over a new contract, the former Celtic youngster is moving on.

“I’m sad to be leaving,” McGuigan admitted. “Four years is the longest that I’ve spent at any club and I’ve played the best football of my career so far at the club.

“I really enjoyed my time at Stenny, I scored a good amount of goals so I’m sad to be moving on but it happens and I’m looking forward to the future.

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Stenhousemuir recently appointed former BSC Glasgow manager Steven Swift as their new boss and McGuigan revealed that they discussed a new deal.

a person standing on a baseball field: McGuigan couldn't agree a new deal with manager Steven Swift © SNS Group McGuigan couldn't agree a new deal with manager Steven Swift

He said: “The new manager spoke to me about staying next season but we just couldn’t agree terms on what the contract would look like.

“I was impressed with the new manager and he’s going to put his own stamp on things which I think is needed.

"I wish him all the very best but it’s just a pity that we couldn’t agree terms for another year - there are no hard feelings in the slightest.”

The 32 year-old scored 58 goals across four seasons at Stenhousemuir after joining from Stranraer and he flourished when deployed in his preferred role.

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He said: “It’s not bad at all especially when you consider that this season was shorter and last year was the same.

“Also when Davie Irons came in, it maybe took me a bit of time to win him over so I believe I could have scored more goals if I’d been playing more consistently across the last two years.

a group of young men playing a game of football: McGuigan enjoyed a fantastic scoring record at the Warriors © Tom Frame McGuigan enjoyed a fantastic scoring record at the Warriors

“It’s definitely the most prolific spell of my career and that’s down to playing through the middle more regularly rather than out wide at times at Stranraer and Albion Rovers.

“I really enjoyed playing through the middle and that probably showed in my improved goal return.”

McGuigan enjoyed some memorable moments during his four-year spell at the Warriors but he picked out his iconic equaliser against Aberdeen in the Scottish Cup to secure a replay in 2019 as his most special memory.

“It’s probably my favourite goal in my whole career,” McGuigan recalled. “It was a decent quality one too because a great ball in and a good diving header.

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McGuigan scored a brilliant header to secure Stenny a Scottish Cup replay against Aberdeen in 2019 © SNS Group McGuigan scored a brilliant header to secure Stenny a Scottish Cup replay against Aberdeen in 2019

“I really like watching the goal back because you realise the context of it and what it meant to the club.

"We went to the third best team in the country and got an unexpected result at Pittodrie where most of the top clubs struggled.

“We played really well that day and got a replay so looking back it’s my favourite moment at Stenny.”

Although McGuigan is departing Ochilview, he can’t speak highly enough of the set-up under the guidance of Chairman Iain McMenemy.

Stenhousemuir undertakes some outstanding work within the local community and McGuigan believes there is a bright future ahead.

He said: “They’ve got everything in place to be one of the top part-time teams in the country.

a man wearing a suit and tie: Stenny chairman Ian McMenemy © Stuart Vance/ReachPlc Stenny chairman Ian McMenemy

"Results on the park probably haven’t been good enough in the last couple of years but they’ve got a long-term plan in place to address that.

“I’ve no doubts that they’ll eventually achieve that and I know they want to be a mid-table to higher end League One club - I think that’s achievable.

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“I’ve got nothing but fond memories of my spell at the club and it’s brilliant to be able to leave on such good terms. I wouldn’t want it to be any other way after enjoying such a good time at the club.”

Since McGuigan signed for Stenhousemuir in 2017, Scottish football has evolved slightly and there are a host of ambitious clubs with considerable resources outside the SPFL.

The former Partick Thistle striker is excited about the next chapter in his career and he insists he would take any interest in his services as a compliment.

a group of people playing a sport: McGuigan previously played for Lanarkshire side Albion Rovers © SNS Group McGuigan previously played for Lanarkshire side Albion Rovers

He said: “I’m really open-minded about my next move because I always feel that I’m not good enough to not listen to an offer from a club.

“If someone wants to speak to me then I’ll always be flattered by that and I’d be willing to talk regardless of the level.

“I’ve always been that way and that won’t change now. I’m really looking forward to where I’m going next and I want to take a bit of time to access where I’m at.

“I’m relaxed about it but firstly, I’m looking forward to a break because that schedule was like nothing I’ve ever experienced before. I need a break both physically and mentally but I’m open-minded because there are a lot of good clubs outside of the 42.

“Those clubs are probably more projects and they see themselves as wanting to get into the senior leagues.”

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