Former Rangers goalkeeper Cammy Bell has officially signed for Scottish League Two outfit Queen’s Park after a period as a free agent.
The 33-year-old makes the Spiders the tenth club of his senior career, which began back at Kilmarnock in 2006.
He made 55 appearances in all competitions for Rangers between 2013 and 2016 but has struggled to nail down a no.1 jersey for several seasons.
Most recently, he had been with League One Falkirk, but after returning from an injury problem, was unable to find a way into a side which during his time out, had been taken over by Lee Miller and David McCracken.
This move to Queen’s Park represents a drop to the fourth tier of Scottish football, but it isn’t an overly surprising move.
Bell has worked under Spiders boss, Ray McKinnon, on two previous occasions, with Dundee United as well in the early stages of his Falkirk stint, and it’s clear the two have a strong relationship.
“I’m delighted to been able to bring Cammy in,” the manager told Queensparkfc.co.uk. “I think any club that wants to be successful has to have two extremely good goalkeepers, and we now have that.
“Cammy is a top goalkeeper who I worked with at Dundee United and Falkirk. He’s also played at a very high level at Rangers and it’s excellent to have him at the club.”
Queen’s Park are currently sixth in the League Two table and travel to fifth-placed Stirling Albion for a 3 pm kick-off on Saturday afternoon.