Celtic goalkeeping coach Ryan Marshall signs as a player for League Two side

By John McGinley

May 23, 2021

Celtic under 18s goalkeeping coach Ryan Marshall has won himself a move to Scottish League Two side Stenhousemuir as a player, it was announced this weekend.

Marshall had been playing at Lowland League side BSC Glasgow as well as coaching at Celtic.

He’ll join up with former manager Stephen Swift, who was appointed as the Warriors’ new boss last month.

Marshall is one of a number of BSC Glasgow players joining Swift at the Scottish League Two side.

The 30-year-old has been a coach at Celtic for a number of years and has previously played at Stranraer and for the University of Stirling.

It appears to be a great opportunity for him to make an impact in the SPFL.

He has plenty of time left as a goalkeeper and hopefully he does well in the fourth-tier next season. All the best Ryan!

There have been a few talented, emerging goalkeepers at Celtic over the last couple of seasons, including Tobi Oluwayemi, who trained with the first-team earlier this season and recently earned a call-up to the England U19 side.

Another, Liam Hughes, left the club to join Liverpool earlier this year.

In other news, Fran Alonso’s friendship with Victor Wanyama and the former Celtic heroes giving Steven Davis stick.