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Keith Noble is an ex-professional and a committed Christian with a passion for developing players to realise their full potential. With over thirty years experience of coaching in the U.S.A. at the highest level, promoting and progressing many successful scholarships. Playing for school and boys club at local and national level Keith had offers from Wolves, Rangers and West Ham before being lured to Australia by Italian club Tricolour then moved to Kiev and was chosen to play against Manchester United for Western Australia Select. On returning from Australia, Keith trained with St. Johnstone for a short while before turning to a teaching career. Keith is a lecturer and an External Moderator for the Scottish Qualifications Authority.
When Glasgow held the British Special Olympic Games in 2005 Keith guided the Lothian Region Squad to win gold and the Fair Play Award. Keith also had the honour of developing a British Squad to compete at the World Games in China, striking gold again in the mens 11-aside football.
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Tony Fitzpatrick began his playing career as captain with St Mirren F.C. winning the Scottish 1st Division. Tony gained international recognition appearing for Scotland Under 21’s as team captain before full squad selection for the World Cups of 1978 and 1982. A successful spell saw him transferred to Bristol City in England’s top league.
Tony later returned to St Mirren culminating in the winning of the Scottish Cup in 1987. Tony made a total of 642 top team appearances before turning to coaching and club management.He enjoyed 2 spells as Club Manager of St Mirren, a spell as Club Manager of Clydebank F.C. and became Director of Youth Football with Livingston F.C. in 2002.
His expertise was acknowledged on the international front during a 5 year period as Development Coach with the Scottish Football Association. More recently Tony has become a renowned consultant in youth development working with several organisations including Reid Kerr College, Learn Direct Scotland and the Scottish Executive. He was appointed Assistant Coach of the Lothian Region Squad that won gold at the British Special Olympics in 2005.