OSFC 2021 FOOTBALL APPOINTMENTS

The Old Scotch Football Club is delighted to announce the following coaching appointments for our centenary year in 2021.

WOMEN’S 2ND XVIII COACH – JOSH RICHARDS
Josh Richards has been reappointed as the Women’s 2nd XVIII Coach for the 2021 season. Josh did a lot of ground work in preparing us for a 2nd women’s team in 2020 however due to COVID-19 did not get the chance to see him to ply his new trade on match day. Josh was the inaugural captain of our Men’s under 23 team in 2019.

MEN’S UNDER 23 COACH – DAVID HOOPER
David Hooper has been reappointed as the Men’s Under 23 Coach for the 2021 season. He worked hard in preparation for 2020 however due to COVID-19 did not get the chance to see his work rewarded on match day. Hoops is an experienced football person (and former Old Scotch player) and a long-time supporter of the club, having boys who played and still do play for the club.

MEN’S 3rd XVIII COACH – BRIAN CAIN
Brian Cain has been reappointed as the Men’s 3rd XVIII Coach for the 2021 season. Cainy did a lot of work in preparation for 2020 however due to COVID-19 did not get the chance to see his work rewarded on match day. Cainy is a former Old Scotch player and long-time supporter of the club. Cainy has a wealth of experience across the football landscape.

MEN’S UNDER 19 PREMIER ASSISTANT COACH – CRAIG LOVETT
Craig Lovett has been reappointed as Assistant Coach for the Under 19 Premier team in 2021. Craig was appointed for 2020 however due to COVID-19 did not get the chance to perform his match day role. He has done a great job ‘off field’ in the role and brings a wealth of experience. Craig joined the club from Waverley Blues in the EFL, where he assisted Bryce McGain, our current Under 19 Premier Coach.

REHABILITATION MANAGER – PAT ARCERI
Pat Arceri has been reappointed as the club’s Rehabilitation Manager for the 2021 season. He was appointed for 2020 however due to COVID-19 did not get the chance to see the results of his rehab work with our players, on match day. Pat has done a great job in the role so far and worked as part our medical team previously, as well as being a very handy footballer in his day.

Kind Regards

Tim Shearer
President
Old Scotch Football Club