Shaun has been a lifelong fan of the club, attending his first game at the age of 6 in August 1998, a 2-1 home win over Queen’s Park. Hooked after this first game Shaun quickly became a season ticket holder and then proceeded to become a ball boy for a number of years. After ‘retiring’ as a ball boy Shaun continued to hold a season ticket at the club.
Shaun was a member of the Albion Rovers Supporters Trust from its initiation in 2005, serving as a member of the Committee and latterly as Treasurer. Shaun has also been involved in the Live Streaming Group formed by the club in 2020.
Shaun was appointed as a Director of Albion Rovers at the club’s AGM in 2021.
Shaun has an Honours Degree in Accountancy from the University of Glasgow and has spent his career so far working in the public sector, building up his skills in project management and data analysis. Outside of work Shaun plays football for a local amateur side and enjoys playing golf.
Liam was part of a group in the SPLF set up during the Covid crisis who sought to use technology to improve the connection between football clubs in Scotland and their fans. He joined that group as the CEO of , a sports app based in Scotland that allows referees to use their smartphone instead of a notebook and pencil to produce match reports that can be published on the web in real-time.
A material outcome from that group was the installation of a Pixellot artificial intelligence camera system at Cliftonhill, allowing Albion Rovers to stream live coverage of matches via the internet for the first time.
His background is in technology and he has led teams that design and build software for over 15 years.