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Scott is new Glasgow City manager
 Women's Football News 21 Jul 2015
Former Scotland international Scott Booth has been named the new manager of Glasgow City FC. 
Booth, who played for Aberdeen, FC Twente and Borussia Dortmund, replaces Eddie Wolecki Black as manager of the Scottish champions. Wolecki Black joined City in 2007 and helped the club rise to great success both domestically and on the European stage.
He led the side to eight consecutive league titles as well as breaking new ground on the continent. After progressing on an annual basis their most notable achievement was reaching the Women's Champions League quarter finals this year, before succumbing to eventual finalists Paris Saint Germain.
Booth was previously in charge of Stenhousemuir until February and this is his first managerial role in the women's game.
His first game in charge could come against Celtic in the SWPL this coming Sunday, 26th July.

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