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Oran Kearney - First Team Manager

Northern Irishman Oran Kearney took over as St Mirren manager in September 2018 - signing a three-year deal with The Buddies. 

Oran's playing career saw him turn out for Ballymena and Linfield before becoming manager at Coleraine in 2010. 

Kearney became a fans favourite in his time with the Bannsiders winning the Irish Cup in 2018 and finishing second in the NIFL Premiership.

Brian Rice - First Team Assistant Manager

Brian was appointed as Alan Stubbs' assistant manager in June 2018.

'Chipper' joined the club from Inverness where he had been assistant to John Hughes, Richie Foran and John Robertson over his three years in the Highlands.

The 54 year-old had a playing career that saw him turn out for the likes of Hibernian, Nottingham Forest, West Brom, Stoke and Dunfermline before hanging up his boots in 2000 after making over 350 appearances in football.

Allan McManus - Head of Youth Development

Allan McManus succeeded David Longwell as Head of Youth Development at the club in March 2016.

Allan played for Hearts, Livingston, Alloa, Ayr Utd, Airdrie, St.Johnstone, Morton, Dumbarton, Arbroath and Airdrie during a playing career that began in 1995 and finished in 2011.

Allan now heads up the blossoming Saints Academy in Ralston.

Jamie Langfield - Goalkeeping Coach

Jamie is a true buddie having been born in Paisley on 22nd December 1979.

The 6ft 4" stopper began his career with Dundee and after fleeting spells at Raith Rovers & Partick Thistle he moved to Aberdeen in 2005 where he was to spend the vast majority of his career, racking up 278 appearances for the Dons in a 10 year spell at Pittodrie.

Jamie "came home" to Paisley in the summer of August 2015, signing a 2 year deal as player coach with responsibility for the development of the goalkeepers at the club.

Junior Mendes - Sport Scientist

Junior returned to the club he played for between 1996-2000 and 2002-2003 to take on the role of lead sport scientist. 

Junior, who won the old first division with Saints as a player back in 2000, rejoined the club in November 2018 after a spell as lead sport scientist at Partick Thistle.
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