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Steve Morrison (footballer)

Personal information
Full nameSteven Morrison
Place of birthSt Andrews, Scotland
Playing positionMidfielder
Club information
Current clubQueen of the South (Coach)

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Steve Morrison (born 15 August 1961 in St Andrews) is a former Scottish footballer manager of East Stirling who play association football in the Scottish Football League Third Division. He was assisted by former Rangers and Everton defender Alex Cleland.

Morrison replaced Danny Divers, whom he had previously assisted, in March 2003. He was succeeded by Dennis Newell following his resignation on April 2004 after failing to get the Shire off the bottom of the league.

He also had an eight-month stint as manager at Clydebank. As a player he played in midfield for numerous Scottish clubs, most notably Dunfermline Athletic. He is currently first team coach at Queen of the South.

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