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Gordon Marshall

Goalkeeping Coach

Gordon Marshall enjoyed a goalkeeping career in Scotland that spanned three decades. After starting out on the books of Rangers as a youngster in 1982 Marshall went on to play for East Stirlingshire (Loan), East Fife, Falkirk, Celtic, Stoke City (Loan), St Mirren (Loan), Kilmarnock and Motherwell before ending his career at Hibernian.

In 1991 Gordon won his first major honour playing a key role in guiding Falkirk to the Scottish First Division title. Later that year the keeper earned a move to Celtic where he was given the chance to represent Scotland earning a cap against the United States in 1992.

He made 100 appearances over a seven year spell at Celtic Park before moving onto Kilmarnock in 1998 where he represented the club in Europe and held the number one jersey for five years. Marshall finished his playing career at Motherwell where he spent two years before joining Hibernian as Goalkeeping Coach in 2005.

Gordon left Easter Road in 2009 before enjoying a spell at Alloa Athletic and then moving on to St Johnstone where he joined up with Derek McInnes and Tony Docherty.

In August 2011 Gordon returned to Fir Park as Goalkeeping Coach and stayed there until June 2015 when he joined Aberdeen.

Gordon’s dad, also named Gordon, played for Aberdeen during his career. The England U23 international goalkeeper joined the Dons on loan in 1972 to act as cover for the injured Bobby Clark. He played seven times for the Dons during that season.

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