On Tuesday afternoon it was announced by the Scottish National Team that goalkeeping coach Stevie Woods has stepped down from his position in the national team.
Woods joined in 2018 when Alex McLeish was manager of the national team and continued into Steve Clarke’s reign. The 51-year-old worked closely with David Marshall who turned into a national hero after securing Scotland a place in EURO 2020, which would be the first time the Tartan Army would attend a major tournament in 23 years.
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Stevie Woods wasn’t the only coach to depart, with Steven Reid also stepping back, in replacement, come Austin MacPhee and Chris Woods will join the coaching team.
The Hoops man was appointed to be Celtic’s goalkeeping coach in 2007 when Celtic were under Gordon Strachan’s management also. Woodsy, as known by some, has worked under some great managers and developed some top goalkeepers and will continue to work with Celtic and Ange Postecoglou.