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Latest News - 13/06/2024

Aitken Joins Backroom Staff

Manager Wullie Gibson has welcomed Andy Aitken onboard as he joins the back room staff at Galabank.

Andy will bring great experience and knowledge of the game to the new team, having made over 300 appearances as a player for Queen of the South, including a Scottish Cup Final against Rangers.

Andy has also had spells playing at Gretna and Ayr United but finished his playing career at Galabank where he became assistant manager under Harry Cairney.

“I’m excited to be joining the gaffers coaching team” commented Aitken. “I have known him since he came into Queens first team at 16 and looked after him. In the time we have known each other we have always spoke about working together and I am happy it has finally happened at Annan. I’m looking forward to linking up between the coaching team and first team and to help set standards across the club.”

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