Alan Gow leaves role as Head of Football Operations at Falkirk
Falkirk FC have today announced that they have parted company with Head of Football Operations Alan Gow.
The former Falkirk, Rangers and Hibs striker was only appointed to the role in August to support co-managers David McCracken and Lee Miller in gaining promotion to the Championship.
However, after only months in the role, Gow and Falkirk have “reached an agreement” for him to leave the position.
A statement from Bairns Chairman Gary Deans said: “Alan has only been in position for a short period of time, but has decided to pursue other opportunities open to him. We have agreed to part ways and thank Alan for his work and wish him well.”
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“As a club we recognise the need for a Head of Football Operations as we rebuild for the long term success we all desire. We will embark on a new recruitment process in due course.”