Glebe Park, Brechin, Angus DD9 6BJ
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Upon agreeing to take up the role in June 2015, Player-Manager Darren Dods immediately brought former City striker Lee Bailey back to The Club as his assistant. Both Darren and Lee had known each other since crossing paths in their early professional careers at Hibernian. 43-year-old Bailey was an exciting striker during his playing spell at The Glebe, which had been preceded by 2 seasons with Livingston and 2 further seasons with Queen of the South. Diminutive Lee joined The Club in October of the 1999/2000 season, departing 18 months or so later for Stirling Albion, having made 46 appearances for City and scoring 10 goals. Despite his relatively short time at Glebe Park, he had endeared himself to the City faithful by scoring in an 8-1 demolition of Albion Rovers and a 6-1 mauling of county neighbours Montrose. Notably, he also scored 4 goals in a 6-2 Scottish Cup victory against non-league Coldstream to secure a clash in the next round against Rangers at Ibrox ? a tie which ultimately saw Lee feature on the front cover of Brechin City?s matchday magazine when the Clubs next met again, uniquely and memorably, in a Ramsdens Cup Tie at Glebe Park on the opening day of 2012-13 season. Lee is a vital part of the management team which guided City to ?The Great Escape? in 2015/16 and secured promotion to The Ladbrokes Championship in 2016/17. The amiable Fifer spends his day-job working as a Football Development Officer for the Scottish FA.
Stevie Campbell joined Brechin City in August 2016 to bring his knowledge and experience to Darren Dods? Management Team. The majority of Stevie?s playing career was spent at Dens Park where he spent 8 seasons before 2 years at Coleraine in Northern Ireland. He then spent 3 seasons at Livingston before joining City from 1997 to 2000. His coaching career started at Dundee and Inverness Caledonian Thistle before following manager Craig Brewster in making the trip from the Highland capital to Dundee United in 2006 ? initially as under-19?s coach before heading up the youth set up from 2009 through to his departure in 2015. During this time at Tannadice he played a pivotal role in the development of young talent such as Ryan Gauld and John Souttar. The culmination of his first season on the Glebe Park coaching team, saw the memorable Championship Play-Off success and promotion to the second tier of Scottish Football. Outside his involvement with Brechin City, Stevie operates a football academy in Dundee bearing his name