Gomis looks to earn a deal

West Lothian Courier - - Sports -

Former Dundee United and Hearts mid­fielder Mar­garo Gomis made an ap­pear­ance as a tri­al­ist for Liv­ingston in their 2-2 friendly draw against Queen of the South – with man­ager Kenny Miller still run­ning the rule over the 32-year-old.

Gomis, who won the Scot­tish Cup dur­ing his time with United, has most re­cently been play­ing in Malaysia for Su­per League side Ke­lan­tan but is keen for a move back to Scot­land.

The former Sene­gal in­ter­na­tional moved to Scot­land from the English non-league ranks in 2006, ini­tially with Cow­den­beath be­fore im­press­ing in his short spell with the Blue Brazil and earn­ing a deal at Dundee United.

Af­ter five years, he made the move to Birm­ing­ham City be­fore later re­turn­ing to United for a sec­ond spell prior to a stint at Hearts that in­cluded a loan pe­riod with Mother­well.

Mean­while, it is un­der­stood that the Lions are keen to bring in St Mir­ren goal­keeper Ross Ste­wart as com­pe­ti­tion for Liam Kelly.

Former Wrex­ham and Ever­ton goalie Louis Gray had been on trial with the club but their in­ter­est in the 22-year-old ap­pears to be over.

Former Partick This­tle winger Steven Law­less is also on trial with the newly pro­moted Pre­mier­ship club.

On trial Ex-Hearts man Mar­garo Gomis

De­light De­clan Gal­lagher (right) earns the ap­proval of the boss af­ter his goal

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