Martyn Corrigan

Martyn Corrigan

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Martyn Alexander Corrigan (born 14 August 1977 in Glasgow) is a Scottish professional footballer who is currently player/ coach for the Scottish side, Stenhousemuir.

He joined Motherwell from Falkirk in 2000, after having only re-joined Falkirk a few weeks earlier. Naturally a right back, Corrigan can play as a centre back or in midfield.

In season 2002–03 he played all but the final 30 minutes of the last game of the season against Livingston. Corrigan signed a new contract in 2006 which would keep him at the club until 2010, granting him a testimonial during this time.

With the arrival of Mark McGhee as manager he saw himself slip down the pecking order and after a loan spell at Dundee in late 2007, he moved to Kilmarnock on 5 January 2008. He was released by the club and made his debut for Kilmarnock later that day against Hearts.

At the end of the January transfer window, he moved down a division to join First Division Ross County.

He then moved to Partick Thistle at the beginning of the First Division transfer close season for 2009/10 but was released at the end of the same season. He then joined Stirling Albion for the 2010/11 campaign.

In May 2011 he rejected a new contract offered by Stirling Albion, opting instead to join Stenhousemuir as player coach.


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