Stirling Albion are delighted to announce the appointment of 28-year-old Blair Cremin to the post of Head of Youth (Coaching).
Blair, who played five times for the Binos in 2001/02 and scored against Queen’s Park at Hampden, replaces Greg Miller, who left SAFC last season to take up a job with the Scottish FA.
Stewart Taylor, Head of Youth (Admin), said:
“We at Stirling Albion FC are delighted to welcome back Blair Cremin to our Youth Development programme at the club. Blair is well known to many of us, having been a product of the youth set-up from the late 1990s.
“Unfortunately, due to a bad injury sustained in a pre-season match, Blair had to give up his playing career prematurely but he was soon cutting his teeth as a youth-team coach at the club.
“His ability and potential was recognised by Falkirk FC and he has further developed as a knowledgeable, well-qualified young coach with our local rivals. He returns to the post of Head of Youth (Coaching) at the club and I am sure he will work really well with our young players and the other excellent youth-team coaches we have operating in our programme.
“We have ambition to expand and develop our Youth programme and I am both convinced and confident that Blair Cremin will be a fantastic addition and drive that progress forward.”