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For other people named Alex Smith, see Alex Smith (disambiguation). Alex Smith Personal information Full name Alexander Smith Born 25 December 1939 (1939-12-25) (age 71) Cowie, Scotland Playing position Inside forward (Retired) Club information Current club Falkirk (Assistant to head coach) Youth career Gowanhill United Senior career* Years Team Apps† (Gls)† 1958–1959 Kilmarnock 0 (0) 1959–62 Stenhousemuir 39 (9) 1962–65 Stirling Albion 51 (11) 1965–1966 East Stirlingshire 12 (4) 1966–1968 Albion Rovers 23 (0) 1968–1970 Stenhousemuir 23 (0) Teams managed 1969–1974 Stenhousemuir 1974–1986 Stirling Albion Scotland under-18 1986–1988 St Mirren 1988–1992 Aberdeen 1992–1994 Clyde 00001998–2002 Scotland under-21 2000–2002 Dundee United 2002–2005 Ross County * Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only. † Appearances (Goals). Alexander "Alex" Smith, MBE (born 25 December 1939), is a Scottish former football player and manager. In June 2009 he was appointed assistant to the then head coach of Scottish Premier League club Falkirk, Eddie May.[1][2] His major achievements as manager include the Scottish Cup in 1987 (with St Mirren) and 1990 (with Aberdeen), and the Scottish League Cup (again with Aberdeen) in 1989. In the 2005 book on Scottish football, The Final Whistle? he was described as "the nearest thing the Scottish game has to a father figure". Contents 1 Biography 2 Managerial statistics 3 Managerial honours 4 References Biography Smith was born in Cowie, a mining village close to Stirling, and played in the same youth team as Billy Bremner. He was best man at Bremner's wedding. His playing career was journeymanlike, and he played for Kilmarnock, Stenhousemuir, Stirling Albion and Albion Rovers. During his management career, which began in 1969, he has been the manager of Stenhousemuir, Stirling Albion, St Mirren, Aberdeen, Clyde, Dundee United and Ross County. Smith has been involved with Scotland at a number of levels, managing the Scotland under-18 and under-21 sides. He also took charge of the Scotland B squad in January 2007, alongside Bobby Williamson.[3] He is also co-proprietor of locally-renowned pub 'Smiths' located just outside Stirling.[citation needed] Managerial statistics Team From To Record G W L D Win % Stenhousemuir 1 August 1968 1 September 1974 Stirling 1 September 1974 16 December 1986 St Mirren 17 December 1986 31 May 1988 Aberdeen 1 August 1988 10 February 1992 Clyde 1 August 1992 1 June 1994 Scotland under-21 14 March 2002 Dundee United 8 August 2000 7 October 2002 99 31 45 23 31.31 Ross County 27 November 2002 11 June 2005 112 39 45 28 34.82 Source: Soccerbase Managerial honours St Mirren Scottish Cup: 1 1986-87 Aberdeen Scottish Cup: 1 1989-90 Scottish League Cup: 1 1989-90 Dundee United SPL Manager of the Month: 3 March 2001, May 2001, January 2002 References ^ http://www.falkirkfc.co.uk/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=4281&Itemid=1 Falkirk FC | New Coaching Team ^ http://www.thescottishsun.co.uk/scotsol/homepage/sport/spl/2491410/Ill-teach-them-the-Shankly-way.html The Sun | "Smith insists he'll NOT be a director of football" ^ "Gow & McGregor given Scots chance". BBC Sport website. 2007-01-30. http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/internationals/6313333.stm.  Reid, Harry (2005), The Final Whistle?, Birlinn, ISBN 1-84158-362-6 Grant, Michael and Robertson, Rob (2010), The Management, Birlinn, ISBN 978-1-84158-819-3  Alex Smith v · d · eStenhousemuir F.C. – Managers A. Smith (1969–74) · Glasgow (1974–81) · Black (1981–84) · Rose (1985–87) · Henderson (1987–88) · Rennie (1988–89) · Meakin (1989–91) · Lawson (1991–92) · Christie (1992–99) · Armstrong (1999–2000) · Fairley (2000–01) · Bone (2001–02) · McVeigh (2002–04) · McKeown & T. Smith (2004–05) · McKeown (2005–06) · Money (2006–07) · Coughlin (2007–10) · Irons (2010–present) v · d · eStirling Albion F.C. – Managers Fergusson (1945–51) · Paterson (1951–52) · Fergusson (1952–55) · Mathers (1955–56) · Fergusson (1956–60) · McRae (1960) · McLennan (1960–61) · Forsyth (1961–63) · Baird (1963–68) · MacFarlane (1968–69) · Joyner (1969–70) · Shankly (1970–73) · Beattie (1973–74) · Smith (1974–86) · Peebles (1986–88) · Meaken (1988) · Fleeting (1988–89) · Brogan (1989–94) · Drinkell (1994–98) · Philliben (1998–00) · Stewart (2000–02) · Moore (2002–10) · O'Neill (2010–11) · Scott (2011–) v · d · eSt. Mirren F.C. – Managers McCartney (1904–10) · Grieve (1910) · Law (1910–16) · Cochran (1916–28) · Turner (1928–29) · Graham (1929) · Morrison (1929–36) · Blythe (1936–41) · Menzies (1941–42) · Fotheringham (1942–45) · Rankin (1945–54) · Reid (1954–61) · Flavell (1961–62) · Cox (1962–65) · Millward (1965–66) · Wright (1966–70) · Humphries (1970–72) · Bryceland (1972–73) · Cunningham (1973–74) · Ferguson (1974–78) · Clunie (1978–80) · McFarlane (1980–83) · Miller (1983–86) · Smith (1986–88) · Fitzpatrick (1988–91) · Hay (1991–92) · Bone (1992–96) · Munro (1996) · Fitzpatrick (1996–98) · Hendrie (1998–2002) · Coughlin (2002–03) · MacPherson (2003–10) · Lennon (2010–) v · d · eAberdeen F.C. – Managers Philip (1903–23) · Travers (1923–38) · Halliday (1938–55) · Shaw (1955–59) · Pearson (1959–65) · Turnbull (1965–71) · Bonthrone (1971–75) · MacLeod (1975–77) · McNeill (1977–78) · Ferguson (1978–86) · Porterfield (1986–88) · Smith & Scott (1988–91) · Smith (1991–92) · W. Miller (1992–95) · Aitken (1995–97) · A. Miller (1997–98) · Burkinshaw (1998–99) · Hegarty (1999) · Skovdahl (1999–2002) · Speirs (2002) · Paterson (2002–04) · Calderwood (2004–09) · McGhee (2009–10) · Brown (2010–present) · v · d · eClyde F.C. – Managers Jack (1905–09) · Thompson (1922–34) · Moreland (1934–37) · Travers (1938–56) · Haddow (1956–63) · Prentice (1963–66) · White (1966–67) · Wright (1967) · Robertson (1968–73) · Anderson (1973–76) · Clinton (1976–77) · McNeill (1977) · C. Brown (1977–87) · Clark (1987–92) · Smith (1992–96) · Speirs (1996–98) · McDonald (1998) · Maitland (1998–02) · Kernaghan (2002–04) · Reid (2004–05) · Roberts (2005–06) · Miller (2006–07) · Hendry (2007–08) · J. Brown (2008–09) · McCormack (2009–10) · Millar (2010–11) · Duffy (2011–) v · d · eDundee United F.C. – Managers Reilly (1909–15) · Dainty (1915–17) · Reilly (1917–22) · O'Rourke (1922–23) · Brownlie (1923–31) · Reid (1931–34) · Brownlie (1934–36) · Greig (1936–38) · Brownlie & Irving (1938–39) · McKay (1939) · Allan (1939–40) · Cram (1941–44) · Littlejohn (1944) · McGillivray (1944–45) · MacFadyen (1945–54) · R. Smith (1954–57) · Gallacher (1957) · Gray (1957–58) · A. McCall (1958–59) · Kerr (1959–71) · J. McLean (1971–93) · Golac (1993–95) · Kirkwood (1995–96) · T. McLean (1996–98) · Sturrock (1998–2000) · A. Smith (2000–02) · Hegarty (2002–03) · I. McCall (2003–05) · Chisholm (2005–06) · Brewster (2006) · Levein (2006–09) · Houston (2009–) v · d · eRoss County F.C. – Managers Wilson (1987–96) · Cooper (1996–02) · Smith (2002–05) · Robertson (2005) · Speirs (2005–06) · Leitch (2006–07) · Campbell (2007) · Adams (2007–10) · McStay (2010–11) · Calderwood (2011) · Adams (2011–) Persondata Name Smith, Alex Alternative names Short description Date of birth 25 December 1939 Place of birth Cowie, Scotland Date of death Place of death