A former player and assistant manager at The Seagulls, McGregor was appointed Manager in the summer of 2017. Prior to his playing and coaching career at Weston McGregor was player coach at Worcester City. He started his career at Oxford UTD before moving onto Notts County. Marc then move to Forest Green Rovers where he represented England C before moving on for a then club record fee of £50,000. It was there that Ian Holloway's QPR took the striker however due to injury it forced him to quit the full-time game. Then Spells at Tamworth and Hinckley before McGregor joined the Seagulls as a player then assistant. McGregor has until recently held the role of Lead Coach at Swindon Town FC.
McGregor commented “I’m really grateful for this opportunity. Weston is a football club with a lot of potential which I believe I can take forward”. I think the club is in a good place now and although I will put my own stamp on it, there is a very talented set of players there already – some which could play at a higher level and we are lucky to have them.
Marc McGregor has made his first appointment as manager at the club by adding Rob Boyd to his back-room staff, in the role of first team coach.
Having previously spent a spell as assistant manager under Craig Laird at Weston as well as also at Yate Town Rob will bring great experience to the position alongside Marc.
Speaking on his return to the Woodspring Rob said, “It’s great to be back at Weston. I have many fond memories from before, when I worked with some great players.
“I am sure that working with Macca (Marc McGregor) will bring success to the club, his ambition and enthusiasm, along with his drive, is sure to rub off on the players. Hopefully his style of play will please the fans and the football on show will be both attacking and attractive.
I am very much looking forward to the challenge and the start of the season.”
Axbridge born David joined the club in the summer of 2008 and holds a full F. A. Diploma in physiotherapy. Callow gained extensive experience whilst working along side Buster Footman at Bristol City’s Academy and has spent the past 10 years at Southern League Division 1 South & West side Bridgwater Town.
The more attractive one of the Callow partnership. Amy returned to her dad’s side having been a Bridgwater Town last season. Amy started in the Bridgwater Reserve team with the magic sponge and glowing smile while dad was in charge of all things medical in the first team. But when dad left for Weston in 2008, Amy took over the reigns and has been very successful on her own. Amy holds a FA Level 3 in physiotherapy.