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Current Staff
  • Under 20sCoach:Steve Fraill
  • Under 20sCoach : John Kennedy
  • Head of Professional Academy: Tommy McIntyre
  • Head of Intermediate Academy: John McLaughlan
  • Head of Junior Academy: Martin Miller
  • Academy Welfare & Operations Manager: Brian Meehan
  • U17's Academy Manager:Tommy McIntyre
  • U17's Academy Coach: Miodrag Krivokadic, George McCluskey
  • U16's Academy Coach: Martin Clark
  • U15's Academy Coach: John Sludden, John Gallagher
  • U14's Academy Coach: Tom McCafferty
  • U13's Academy Coach: Michael O'Halloran, Willie McNab
  • U12's Academy Coach: Brian Kelly, Greig Robertson
  • U11 Academy Coach: Martin Miller, John Horne
  • Club Doctor: IanSharpe
  • First Team Physiotherapist: Tim Williamson
  • Physiotherapists: Gavin McCarthy,
  • Academy Physiotherapist: Robert Lee
  • Head of Sports Science:Ian Coll
  • Sports Scientist: Ian Coll
  • Nutritionist:
  • Kit Controller:
  • Youth Academy Kit Controller: Hugh McGovern

  • Senior Groundsman: Johnny Hays







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    TomCampbell coaches 3 Oct 27 2009, 4:01 AM EDT by TheHumanTorpedo
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    Celtic's first genuine coach was the venerable Jimmy Hogan who had earned a great European reputation in Austria. He came to Celtic in 1948 (at an advanced age in his late 60s) and did effect some changes in Celtic's outlook. Unfortunately, many Scottish players seemed resistant to coaching. The only two who went on to become coaches themselves were Johnny Paton (Arsenal) and Tommy Docherty. Hogan's greatest success was in converting Bobby Evans (a utility forward)_ into a world-class wing half.
    George Paterson, left half in the Empire Exhibition Trophy winners of 1938, returned as a coach in the early 1950s.
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