Where is Scot Gemmill now?
Former Nottingham Forest and Everton midfielder Scot Gemmill retired from playing in 2007 after a year-long spell playing in Australia with the New Zealand Knights.
Over a 17 year career he made over 400 appearances for six clubs and was involved in two promotion winning teams and three relegated teams.
He was also a Scotland international player making 26 appearances and featuring in the UEFA 1996 European Championships and the FIFA 1998 World Cup finals.
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Gemmill made his first steps into coaching in 2006 as a player-coach under Jim Smith at Oxford United before joining A-League side New Zealand Knights in a similar role before ending his playing career.
Returning to Scotland, he started working with the national youth teams and was appointed manager of the Scotland under 17’s national team in 2014.
In 2016 Gemmill was appointed in his current role as manager of the Scotland under-21s side after Ricky Sbragia vacated the role.
Scot Gemmill: Premier League Statistics
|Premier League Teams Played for||Everton, Nottingham Forest|
Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com