COWDENBEATH boss Liam Fox this morning contacted the Times to report that he has fixed up four more players.
Defender Shaun Rutherford is the latest player to put pen to paper and join the Blue Brazil. 

The 19 year old began his senior career with Livingston.  Last season he was with Queen of the South and also had a loan spell at Arbroath.  Thus the club now welcomes Liam Fox's latest signing to Central Park.  
David Robertson, who has recently been player/assistant manager at Lowland League side Selkirk has also signed up.  
David first made his mark in the game in his spell with Dundee United between 2005 and 2011 where he played in the United side which won the 2010 Scottish Cup.  He was also in their side that lost to Rangers in the Scottish League Cup final a couple of years earlier.  
The Scotland under 21 cap then chose to move to St Johnstone in 2011 but a broken leg during his stay at Perth was a setback. 

Subsequently David joined Morton for a time - the club his father Dougie Robertson had represented with distinction.  Latterly, he had stints with Livingston and Ayr United before joining Selkirk.  We are pleased to now welcome David to Central Park.  

Liam Fox  continued his signing activities by securing the services of 26 year old striker Gary Glen who was with Livingston last term.  

Gary started out with Hearts in 2006 where he spent six seasons after making his first team debut at the age of just 16.  He then he enjoyed a couple of years in Dingwall with Ross County prior to moving to Livingston. Now he has agreed to lend his talents to the Blue Brazil cause.  
Manager Liam Fox's squad continues to take shape with striker Kris Renton from Newtongrange Star.

Kris, who hails from Musselburgh, is the brother of ex-Elgin City and Raith Rovers goalkeeper Keiron Renton.  

A product of Musselburgh Windsor, he joined Norwich City in 2006 and when he made his first team debut at the age of 16 in a League game v Leicester City he became the youngest ever player to turn out for the Canaries.  All seemed set fair at Carrow Road but a few short months later Kris suffered a broken leg. 

After recovering, he had loan spells at Kings Lynn and Brechin City.  He was though keen to return home to Scotland and negotiated his release from Norwich in January 2010.  

Kris then joined his local junior club Musselburgh Athletic and was in their side which lost in the 2011 Scottish Junior Cup final.  He then had a spell with Bonnyrigg Rose Athletic where he notched 30 goals in one season  before moving to the Nitten in 2014.  

The 6 foot 3 inch centre is now looking forward to a fresh challenge in the SPFL with the Blue Brazil.