Cammy Bell set for Annan function
Cammy Bell is ready to be unveiled as director of soccer at Annan Athletic simply days after retiring from the sport, writes Fraser Wilson.
The previous Rangers, Kilmarnock and Dundee United goalkeeper hung up the gloves final week after a difficult spell with accidents.
Bell, 34, signed for Queen’s Park in February however by no means made a single look for the Spiders.
Now although the hero of Kilmarnock’s 2012 League Cup profitable facet is ready to make a shocking transfer into the boardroom at League Two Annan, managed by former Ayr United and Carlisle defender Peter Murphy.
It represents a full profession circle for Bell who got here by way of the youth ranks at his native membership earlier than transferring on to Queen of the South and Kilmarnock.
The keeper went on to win a Scotland cap in 2010 for a pleasant in opposition to the Faroe Islands.
Ally McCoist then signed him for Rangers and he performed a key function within the Ibrox facet’s rise again up the leagues, selecting up a League One winner’s medal in 2014.
Spells at Dundee United, Killie, Hibs, Partick Thistle and Falkirk adopted earlier than Bell ended his taking part in profession at Queen’s Park this yr.