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Formed in 2010 with the intention of bringing senior football to one of Scotland’s largest towns, the club initially competed in amateur football before becoming one of the founder members of the Lowland League in 2013. The club became a full member of the Scottish Football Association (SFA) in 2014, entitling them to automatic entry to the Scottish Cup. In 2016 they broke the most wins in a row record held by AFC Ajax before losing after 30 consecutive wins.
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Both City’s under-20 keeper and a member of the first-team squad as Calum Antell’s deputy, Fraser made only one appearance in the 2017/18 season – a home League against Berwick Rangers in September, in which his all-round performance earned him the Man of the Match award and had a major contribution in earning the club’s first League win of the season.
Hailing from a small village near Dumfries, Fraser as a boy played for local sides Heston Rovers and Terregles Youth before a spell with Queen of the South at under-17 and under-20 levels. He was with Dalbeattie Star for a couple of months before moving to Edinburgh to attend Queen Margaret University in 2016, and it was half-way through his first year there that he accepted the invitation to join City’s under-20 side, signing on 9 February 2017.
Fraser, a Scottish Schoolboy international, is understandably keen to take the first-choice goalkeeper role again this season.