Hamilton duo sign new deals

Hamilton Academical have tied down another two members of the squad ahead of their return to the Scottish Premiership.

Last Updated: 04/07/14 at 14:49 Post Comment

Scotland: Signed new Hamilton deal

Scotland: Signed new Hamilton deal

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Striker Jason Scotland and defender Jesus Garcia Tena have both penned one-year deals

Tena, 24, joined the New Douglas Park side from Livingston last September and went on to make 22 appearances as Neil's men won promotion back to the top flight after beating Hibernian in the play-off final.

Former Trinidad and Tobago international Scotland bagged a crucial early goal at Easter Road to half the Edinburgh's side's first-leg two-goal deficit and also netted in the penalty shoot-out which sent Hibs down.

The former St Johnstone man, 35, returned to Scotland in the new year following spells in England with Swansea, Wigan and Barnsley, bagging nine goals in 19 appearances for Hamilton last term.

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