Raith Rovers: Club legend Colin Cameron returns to Stark's Park as assistant manager

Colin Cameron has returned to Raith RoversColin Cameron has returned to Raith Rovers
Colin Cameron has returned to Raith Rovers
Raith Rovers legend Colin Cameron has returned to Stark’s Park to take on the role of assistant manager.

He replaces former number two Scott Agnew, who left the Kirkcaldy side by mutual consent in September.

Cameron, 49, is an inductee of the RRFC Hall of Fame and made 168 appearances over a six-year period for his home-town club.

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He played a crucial role in Raith winning the then Coca Cola Cup back in 1994, scoring a hat-trick against Kilmarnock on the route to Ibrox, where they defeated Celtic to lift the league cup.

Colin Cameron (Photo: SNS Group)Colin Cameron (Photo: SNS Group)
Colin Cameron (Photo: SNS Group)

Raith boss Ian Murray, speaking to club media said of Cameron’s arrival: “I’d like to welcome Colin Cameron back to Raith Rovers, where he started his career, and I look forward to working with him again.

“In the next few weeks, he will get to know the players on and off the park and help them progress together with his experience and knowledge gained over the years.”