EAST Stirlingshire manager Jim McInally has persuaded 48-times capped Guinea internationalist Kemoko Camara to play as a trialist in their next two games to ease their goalkeeping crisis.
Jamie Barclay's return to Falkirk from his loan spell coupled with John Hillcoat's recent departure left McInally with only the inexperienced Jamie Newman for today's visit of Cowdenbeath.
Camara, 33, played one game for Morton last season under McInally before helping his country reach the quarter-finals of the Africa Cup of Nations in January.
McInally said: "Kemoko is going to come in and play as a trialist in our next two games. He has really only played international games this year and it's a chance for him to put himself in the shop window."