LIVINGSTON have named skilled midfielder Marvin Bartley as their new membership captain.
The previous Hibernian hero takes the armband from defender Alan Lithgow, who is because of bear hip surgical procedure and is dealing with a prolonged spell on the sidelines.
Bartley, who made 36 appearances after becoming a member of the membership final summer season, has deputised as skipper in Lithgow’s absence on a number of events and was the gamers’ alternative for the place.
The 34-year-old is massively revered by boss Gary Holt, the teaching workers and inside the dressing room.
Bartley, who has additionally turned out for Burnley and Leyton Orient, has additionally reduce his enamel in teaching in West Lothian, serving to Livi’s under-20 aspect win the Reserve League 2 title final time period.
In the meantime, in-demand striker Lyndon Dykes paid an eye catching tribute to the courageous staff who’ve risked their well being all through the Covid-19 outbreak as Livingston launched their equipment for 2020/21.
The again of their new dwelling shirt is emblazoned with the phrases ‘Thank You to Key Employees’ and a rainbow icon.
Livi’s Tony Macaroni Enviornment house is a stone’s throw away from St John’s Hospital and the membership have been eager to honour the docs and nurses who serve there, in addition to each different career which stored Scotland ticking in the course of the disaster.
And Dykes, who notched 12 objectives for the membership final season, went a step additional by sporting a multi-coloured hairdo to reflect the logo.
It isn’t the primary time Dykes’ distinctive fashion has grabbed the headlines, together with his blue dye job final month sparking options that he was angling for a transfer to long-term admirers Rangers.