Spartans Womens media manager Mark Brown caught up with players and officials at the local club after Debbi McCulloch reached her 125th game in charge of the club.
“Debbi is a massive influence around the Club. Her commitment, her passion and her love for the Spartans brings it out in us all.”
Louise Mason was one of a handful of players and backroom staff to show their gratitude for Debbi McCulloch who took charge of the SWPL side for her 125th competitive match as Manager against Aberdeen in the 4-1 Scottish Cup Semi Final win.
It is somewhat ironic too that Debbi celebrated this occasion against Aberdeen. Her first ever game in charge was on the road to the Granite City back on the 25th April 2010, where her new charges were 3-0 winners at Lochside Park, Bridge of Don.
McCulloch graduated from Abertay University In 2002 with a BSc (Hons) in Sports Development with Coaching which led Debbi into a career of football development and coaching.
Beginning her coaching career at Dundee United Football Club as a Community Coach, Debbi arrived at the Spartans Community Football Academy from Ross County to undertake the role of Football Development Officer.
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