Craig Flannigan works as the club’s Head of Performance and Preparation and was appointed in October 2015.
Preparation is vital to top class performance, making him an invaluable member of the coaching team.
Players always want to improve but they need people around them with the skill set to help them become even better and that is where Craig’s role is vital to the club.
He is renowned in his field and formerly worked as Hibernian’s Head of Sports Science and Fitness.
Craig started his career at Rangers and played for Scotland at all levels from under-16 to under-21 – including an under-16 World Youth Cup Final in 1989.
After Rangers he went on to play for Clydebank, Queen of the South and Partick Thistle.
In 2001 Craig retired from playing and went to study Sports Science, after which he worked for a number of Scottish Premiership clubs and as an education coordinator with PFA Scotland.