Where is Scot Gemmill now?
After a long career at the top with Nottingham Forest and Everton, Scot Gemmill retired from playing in 2007 after a year long spell in Australia with the New Zealand Knights.
In retirement, Gemmill made his first steps in to coaching as a player coach under Jim Smith at Oxford United.
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He then became player coach at the New Zealand Knights in the Australian Hyundai League before working with Billy Stark coaching the Scotland national youth teams.
In January 2013, Gemmill was appointed Scotland’s assistant national youth team’s coach before assisting with the Scotland under 19’s national team.
In March 2014, Scot Gemmill was appointed manager of the Scotland under 17’s national team whilst still assisting with the under 19’s team.
Gemmill moved up to manage the Scotland under 21s side in September 2016 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