Stranraer FC are delighted to announce that manager Scott Agnew has signed a new two year deal, extending his stay at the club until the summer of 2026.
The appointment of Scott in April brought a rejuvenated spirit and a real sense of optimism to Stair Park, with the former Stranraer captain quickly achieving his first objective in keeping the club safe in League 2.
The upwards trajectory continued as Scott and his team assembled an exciting and promising squad, notably being able to attract top targets to the club again, the latest being the impending arrival of major coup, Chris Johnston.
Despite a series of injuries, the Blues are currently unbeaten in three and sitting just outside the playoff positions with several experienced players set to return from injury over the next few weeks.
The immediate and long term future of the club is as exciting as it has been for a number of years, largely down to the enthusiasm and energy Scott brings to the club.
We now look forward in continuing to blossom under what we believe to be one of the most exciting young managers in Scottish football.
Speaking after signing his new contract, Scott Agnew said:
“Being the manager of this club is something I’m immensely proud of.
“I’m pleased with our progress in my first 8/9 months, however I do believe we will continue to get stronger as time goes on. This contract extension allows myself and management staff time to build something our supporters can be proud of.
“I had no hesitation in committing myself for the next couple of years. We are starting to build a really competitive squad with a mixture of experience to add to our exciting young talent.
“I’m excited about the future and the opportunity to bring success again that the club and our supporters deserve.”