Rab More has recently taken over the role of General Manager at the club, replacing previous incumbent Bill Harvey.
Rab served 30 years as a Police Officer and had numerous operational and managerial roles in Fife Constabulary then latterly Police Scotland where he was a specialist in homicide investigation leading teams locally, nationally and on UK wide investigations including the Manchester bombing.
Prior to retiring from Police Scotland Rab had a complete change of role where he was appointed the National Wildlife Crime Coordinator. This role involved designing and establishing national training, close partnership working, and representing Police Scotland at UK forums and the Scottish Government.
After retiring Rab volunteered in assisting the club with their ground safety inspection, Covid compliance and the installation of the new CCTV system.
Rab is a lifelong Rovers supporter, having supported the club for around 45 years. His earliest memories include standing in the “cowshed “with his Dad and Granddad watching his heroes ‘back in the day’. His favourites were Malky Robertson, Gordon Wallace Mk2, Brian Cooper and Murray McDermott. His favourite goal was Gordon Petties “mazy” in a 7-1 routing of Berwick Rangers.
Rab is a “weel kent face” in and around the club and has attended hundreds of games home and away, and has attended numerous functions, and fundraising events.
His biggest regret was being unable to attend the Bayern Munich away game as he was a Police witness in a court case at Dunfermline Sheriff Court and was unable to be excused.
Rab told www.raithrovers.net “hopefully, it won’t be long in allowing fans back into Stark’s Park even with a limited number of spectators.
A lot of work has been taking place behind the scenes and I’m sure the fans will be excited when they see the changes.
Further work is ongoing including marketing and online match ticket purchase which will all be announced in due course. It’s a pity that the fans have not been able to see the current exciting crop of players at the club live, who are arguably the best team we have had in living memory.
I was never quite good enough to play for the Rovers, so being the General Manager is the next best thing. I am delighted and privileged to undertake this role”.