Morrison hopeful of Flyers return
Fife Flyers goalkeeper Adam Morrison admits that he is open to the idea of returning to Scotland next season.
The 29-year-old impressed for the Kirkcaldy team last season despite the end of the shortened season at the bottom of the table before the coronavirus stopped.
But that did not dampen his enthusiasm for coming back for a second season, as he explained to Fife Free Press "Matthew Elder .
"Personally, I would like to return," he said. "I liked to play for Fife and for Todd (Dutiaume) and I also liked to go to school, but I don't take anything off the table yet.
"I will make the decision when the time comes, but it will depend a lot on how this virus reshapes the world and when things start again.
"It was my first completely healthy season and I played every game. It was a real positive for me to prove that I can do it. Basically, I always knew, but it was nice to enjoy it. »
Morrison was also disappointed not to see if Fife could have made his way into the top eight before closing, but remains convinced that they could have found a way.
He added: "I really appreciated the push we were involved in. We put ourselves in a very difficult position to make play-offs but the pressure was on us, so it was fun to get into the buildings knowing that we still had an outside chance, as well as can -to upset some rival teams.
"It was disappointing not to be able to see this through to the end, but to make sure everyone was safe and healthy is number one priority."