Assistant Manager: Kevin Cuthbert
Barry Smith appointed Kevin as Assistant Manager at the start of the 2017-18 season.
The former Hamilton stopper, known as ‘The Cat’, was a key member of Hamilton Accies’ promotion winning team in the 2013-14 season where his last actions were saving two penalties in that dramatic and unforgettable Premiership Play Off shoot out at Easter Road in May 2014.
Kevin made over 400 career appearances for St Johnstone, Morton, Ayr United, Hamilton and Raith Rovers, making his Rovers debut against Inverness Caledonian Thistle in a pre-season friendly on 19th July 2014 although his appearances during the 2014-15 season were hampered by injury.
Kevin established himself as the No. 1 choice in the 2015-16 season and was an ever-present in all competitive games, He was awarded both the Manager’s and Player’s Player of the Year trophies for 2015-16.
In April 2016, Kevin signed a contract extension committing himself to Raith Rovers until the summer of 2018.
Kevin announced his retiral from playing due to injury in February 2018, to focus fully on the coaching side of the game.
Club Doctor: Katy Green
Katy studied medicine at Dundee University before returning home to Edinburgh.
She currently works for NHS Fife as an orthopaedic registrar. Katy previously played rugby for Scotland Women and has worked with the Scottish Rugby Union as well as Hearts and Kilmarnock football clubs. She joined Raith Rovers at the start of the 2016/17 season after working with former Manager Gary Locke at Kilmarnock FC and provides medical cover at matches.
Physiotherapist: Jim Scanlan
Jim Scanlan was appointed as our new full-time physiotherapist in August 2018, replacing Stuart Phin.
Jim is a chartered Physiotherapist and comes with a wealth of experience across multiple sports. He was latterly with St Johnstone youth academy but has been involved with other clubs as well as part of the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games supporting the Triathlon competition. In addition, Jim currently also operates a well established private practice.
The Sports Therapist is a vital part of the Rovers backroom team, responsible for treating injuries on matchdays and at training through the week.
Kit Man: Simon Pollock
Lifelong Rovers fan Simon has been employed as Kitman since summer 2015, responsible for all aspects of the players matchday and training attire. He has also served on the committee of the Raith Rovers Football Supporters Club for a number of years.