By KEVIN CRAIGENS
CAMMY BROWNING was searching for time on the pitch when he joined Newmains – but he’s made new pals off it too.
The attacker arrived at Victoria Park earlier this season after finding chances limited at local rivals Carluke Rovers. While he’s got games under his belt he also found a dressing room full of spirit under co-bosses Paul Davies and Craig Gupwell
Browning said: “Game time was the main reason I joined Newmains. One hundred percent. Basically I was told by Carluke I wouldn’t get the game time I wanted. The manager there got on the phone to Craig Gupwell and I was asked if I wanted to come over to train.
“It’s turned out to be one of the best bunch of boys I’ve come across as far as personality goes. Walking into the changing room is cracking. We are all willing to work for each other here.”
United finished without a single point last season but they already have 17 this term with seven games still to play. After seeing the weekend clash with Ashfield rained off they’ll hope to return to action at home to Thorniewood this Saturday (kick-off 2pm).
Browning – who has also played for Clyde and Wishaw Wycombe – said: “There have been a few games this season where we have just not been in things.
“Maybe we just haven’t been gelling right. The games that have really disappointed us this season are the ones where we’ve just not been working the same. The key to us taking points off of teams has been down to work-rate and effort. We need to remember that.”