Gary Naysmith has added to his backroom team by appointing Myles Hogarth as the club’s new Goalkeeping Coach.
Myles started his career at Hearts with loan spells at Airdrie and Hamilton. He then moved to Falkirk making 108 appearances for the Bairns. He then spent a year at Alloa before spending seven years at Stirling Albion.
Gary Naysmith spoke to the website about bringing Myles into the club as part of his coaching team.
“I am delighted that Myles has agreed to join my backroom staff as our new GK coach.
“Myles is someone both Brown and I have known for a long time.
“I was a teammate of Myles during our time together at Hearts and Myles was also a teammate of Brown at Alloa before working with Brown during his spell at Linlithgow.
“Myles is a local lad and was happy to agree to join as soon as we made contact. He is an energetic coach who is looking forward to starting with us and I am sure Darren & Curtis will enjoy learning and working under him.
“I must also thank Stuart Malcolm and Berwick for their co-operation in allowing us to speak to Myles regarding his move to Stenhousemuir.”