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Latest News - 08/12/2020

Director of Football role for Cammy

Annan Athletic Football Club are delighted to announce that Cameron (Cammy) Bell will be joining the team at Galabank in the role of Director of Football.

Cammy is returning to his home town club after recently retiring from playing and has attained a wealth of experience over his 16-year career to date.

Club chairman Philip Jones said “Cammy’s role at Annan will see him support the Club’s 1st Team manager, Peter Murphy as we look to develop the Football operations and strategy throughout the Club. We look forward to seeing the results of his efforts as we go forward as a team in these difficult times.”
Cammy Bell commented  “I am delighted to be joining Annan Athletic, my home town club and where it all started for me. I am looking forward to the challenges of being Director of Football and to get working with everyone at Annan Athletic to develop all areas of the club.”
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