Stevie Farrell


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Stephen began his playing career with Kilmarnock, before joining Stoke City in January 1990, but only made two appearances for the English club. Farrell returned to Scotland and had spells at St Mirren, Stranraer and Stenhousemuir, before seeing out his career at junior level.

His first coaching role saw him take the top job at Cumnock Juniors in March 2009, as successor to former Blues boss Campbell Money. In December 2012, Farrell was appointed assistant manager of Stranraer, and along with Aitken steered the club clear of relegation, before helping the club to the playoffs in 2013/14 and 2014/15.

After a successful year and a half as Aitken's assistant at Championship side Dumbarton, Farrell returned to Stair Park in January 2017 and guided the club out of the relegation zone to a 7th place finish.

Chris Aitken
Assistant Manager

Chris Aitken

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A skilful and hard-working central midfielder, Chris joined his brother and then-manager Stephen at Stranraer from Stirling Albion in 2011. The former Morton, Clyde and Hamilton Accies player chipped in with 33 goals in 151 appearances for the Blues as the clubs dead ball specialist and penalty taker, before becoming first team coach in 2015, then assistant manager in 2016.

Frank McKeown
1st Team Coach

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Frank McKeown was a popular addition in June 2019, returning to the club as first team coach to replace the departing Alan Waddell.

The former Blues captain is no stranger to Stranraer, having made close to 200 appearances for the club.

Eric Phillips
Goalkeeping Coach

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Larger than life character Eric has made a big impact on the development of several top-drawer Blues keepers in recent years, including David Mitchell, Cameron Belford and Max Currie.

Stuart Wild
Chief Scout

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Stuart has a wealth of knowledge and experience at youth level, notably with Renfrew Victoria, and has been recognised for his community work as Sunday Mail Grassroots Coach of the Year and McDonald's Community Champion. He had a successful season as under 20s manager in 2017/18, before becoming Chief Scout in summer 2018.

Allan Jenkins
Head of Youth Development

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Allan was club captain in his time as a Blues player, chalking up over 200 appearances in his 8 seasons at Stair Park. In addition to his evergreen footballing career continuing at junior side Hurlford, he now develops local youngsters as the Head of Youth Development at Stranraer.

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