Scot Gemmill

Scot Gemmill

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Scotland 'Scot' Gemmill (born 2 January 1971) is a Scottish ex professional association footballer who is now a UEFA A Licensed Coach. He is currently helping to coach the Scotland Under 19 Team. He played as a midfielder, most recently for the New Zealand Knights. He is the son of former Scottish international footballer Archie Gemmill, and was born in Paisley.

Domestic career

He started his career at Nottingham Forest as an apprentice on leaving school in the summer of 1987 and two years later he was given a professional contract by manager Brian Clough, who then gave him his first team debut on 30 March 1991 in a 3-1 defeat by Wimbledon at Plough Lane.

Gemmill established himself as a regular player in 1991-92, when he scored eight goals in 39 league games and also helped Forest win the ZDS Cup as well as finish runners-up in the Football League Cup. He remained a regular first team player until he was sold to Everton for £250,000 on 25 March 1999. During his 12 years at the City Ground he was involved in two promotion winning teams (1994 and 1998), three relegated teams (1993, 1997 and 1999), oversaw a third place finish in 1995, a run to the quarter finals of the UEFA Cup in 1996, and played under five different managers.

By the end of the 2002-03 season, he had played 97 Premier League games for Everton but his first team chances had become increasingly limited since David Moyes replaced Walter Smith as manager in March 2002. He did not make a...
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