Peter Grant will leave Alloa Athletic at the end of the Scottish Championship season as the former Celtic star is hailed for his ‘commitment and professionalism.’
The 55-year-old made his name in football as a player with Celtic, making over 350 appearances for the Glasgow side. He is also strongly associated with Norwich City, where he has featured as a player and manager.
Grant has coaching experience with West Brom, Celtic, Nottingham Forest, Birmingham City, Aston Villa and the Scotland national team. He was appointed Alloa manager in 2019 but this season the part-time side have been relegated to League One. He will leave the Wasps upon the expiry of his current contract.
Chairman Mike Mulraney said said: “The commitment and professionalism that Peter has brought to Alloa has been a credit to him, we could not have asked for more. Obviously results this season have been disappointing, however it is with sadness we see Peter leave the club. I do however respect his decision and wish him the very best in all his future endeavours.”
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