Logan Watt signs professional contract at the Broch
Young star pens two year deal
The club are delighted to announce that Logan Watt has signed his first professional contract for Fraserburgh until July 2021.
Logan, who is aged 16, is a local lad who has previously played for Aberdeen FC at youth level and also had trials at Ross County.
He has mainly featured at Under 17 and Under 20 level for the Broch, scoring 9 times for the Under 17’s last season including a 7 minute hat-trick against Huntly. He made 7 appearances for the Under 20 side scoring 3 times and making 6 assists.
He appeared in a number of the Broch’s pre season friendlies, scoring against Bridge of Don Thistle.
Logan made his first team debut as a second half substitute against Wick Academy and then made his first start in the Tunnock’s Caramel Wafer Challenge Cup match against Ross County Colts acquitting himself very well. He definitely has the talent and ability to go a long way.
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