Raith Rovers assistant manager Colin Cameron delighted to sign new three-year deal at Stark's Park

Raith Rovers have confirmed that assistant manager Colin ‘Micky’ Cameron has agreed a three-year contract extension.
Cameron is delighted with three-year deal (Pic Tony Fimister)Cameron is delighted with three-year deal (Pic Tony Fimister)
Cameron is delighted with three-year deal (Pic Tony Fimister)

This extension will see Ian Murray’s right-hand man remain alongside him until the end of the 2026/27 season.

Cameron said: “I’m absolutely delighted to sign an extension to my contract for another three seasons.

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“I’m looking forward to the challenge ahead and hopefully continuing the progress we have made as a club this season into future seasons.”

A Rovers legend since his playing days, Cameron was originally appointed assistant boss in October 2022, reuniting with Murray after the pair worked together at Airdrieonians.

Micky is an inductee into Raith’s Hall of Fame, starting as a youth player in 1988 and going on to make 168 first team appearances for the Kirkcaldy side between 1990 and 1996.

He signed his new contract sporting one of the first Rovers kits he wore as a player, the 1990/91 Spall shirt.

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He scored 42 goals for the club, with his most famous contribution probably a hat-trick against Kilmarnock en route to Rovers winning the Coca Cola Cup in 1994, beating Celtic in the final.

He then joined Hearts and Wolverhampton Wanderers (during which time he won 28 Scotland caps).

Later in his career, Micky played for a number of clubs in England and Scotland before going on to manage Cowdenbeath and Berwick before his stint at Airdrieonians.

A Rovers club statement read: “We are all delighted to have Micky on board for the next three years.”

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