After over eight years service to St Mirren Football Club, Brian Caldwell will clock out for the last time this evening as he gets set for a new challenge with English League One side Shrewsbury Town.
Since 2007 Brian has been the overseer to many St Mirren projects, minor and major, such as the move from Love Street to Greenhill Road, the setting up of the training ground and Academy in Ralston, the installation of the airdome at the stadium and, most recently, the renaming of the stadium to the Paisley 2021 Stadium showing support of Paisley’s bid for UK City of Culture 2021.
Brian said: “I would like to thank everyone connected to the Club for the support and assistance I have received during my eight and a half years with St Mirren FC. I have met so many good people and will be sad to leave the Club.
“The League Cup win on 17th March 2013 will always be a special highlight in my time at the Club and one I will always remember.
“Hopefully I am leaving the Club in a better place off the park than it was when I arrived in 2007.”
Brian leaves the Paisley 2021 Stadium having undoubtedly made his mark on the Club, and he heads south next week for a new challenge with Shrewsbury Town which starts with a FA Cup tie against Manchester United next weekend at New Meadow, no pressure then!
All at St Mirren Football Club thank Brian for all his work in his time at the Club and to wish him all the best in his new venture.
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