It is with great pleasure that Stirling Albion can announce Ross Forsyth has accepted the post of assistant manager.
The 34-year-old defender made his debut for the club way back in July 2005 and has also gained coaching experience with our U20 side.
Binos boss Dave Mackay said: “I’m delighted to announce Ross as my assistant. He will combine the role along with still being a member of the playing squad.
“Ross has a vast experience of the lower leagues in Scotland, which will be hugely beneficial, and I feel it’s really important to have someone in beside me with that knowledge.
“He also knows Stirling Albion inside out and is a well-respected figure at the club among the players, staff and fans – I firmly believe he will be perfectly suited to the role. I look forward to working closely with Ross as we continue to strive to drive the club forward.”
Chairman Stuart Brown added: “I am equally delighted that Dave has chosen Ross to be his right-hand man. I know Ross as a person, as well as an employee, and he undoubtedly possesses all the qualities to make a successful career as a coach.
“It’s an added bonus that he is very much ‘part of the fabric’ at Stirling Albion and someone who is hugely respected by everyone associated with the club.
“I, along with my Executive Board colleagues, very much look forward to supporting our new management team in every way possible throughout the remainder of this season… and beyond!”