Brock-Madsen makes loan move to St Mirren


Nicolai Brock-Madsen has joined St Mirren on loan until January 2019.

Madsen will be given the number 9 shirt and joins for six months with an option to extend until the end of the season.

The 25 year-old joined Blues from Danish club Randers FC in 2015. Since then, he’s had loan spells at PEC Zwolle and Cracovia.

Speaking to, Nicolai said: “I’m happy to be here. I’m looking forward to starting and I’m really excited.

The fans can expect a really hard working player and, of course, I’m here to score goals. I’m a big lad and I feel like I have good pace.”

St Mirren manager Alan Stubbs said: “We’re glad that we’ve managed to get it completed. He’s got qualities we feel that can add to what we’ve already got.

He’s a big lad, he’ll hold the ball up and he’s got a good pedigree so from that point of view it’s a good addition to the squad.

“He gives us that physical aspect up top which is important and we are going to need.

“He’ll come into the squad. He’s fit enough, he’s been training with Birmingham so from that point of view we don’t really have any issues.”

At least he’s off the books, what are your thoughts, good business again from Monk?


  1. Glad to see the unwanted players on the way out. Their relative abilities are of no importance their removal from our payroll is. Signing players even on a free transfer is easy by comparison.


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