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Jonathon Fairbairn

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Jonathon Fairbairn (born 10th January 1990 in Ashington, England) is a professional football coach and former professional football player.

Fairbairn played mostly as a central defender predominantly in the Scottish Professional Football League firstly with St Johnstone[1], then with Berwick Rangers[2]. He had a short spell with NSPL side Mississippi Storm[3] and also represented Scotland under u14s/15s.

During the last two seasons of his time with Berwick Rangers, as well as playing and captaining the first team, Fairbairn was instrumental in creating the clubs Football Academy system[4]. After successfully establishing the Academy in 2016, he became the Head Coach of the u18 side as well as coaching the clubs u20 squad in the SPFL Development League[5]. At the end of the 2017/18 season Fairbairn left Berwick Rangers to become the Head Coach of East of Scotland club Coldstream FC[6].

Jonathon Fairbairn
Personal information
Full name Jonathon Bruce Fairbairn
Date of birth 10011990
Place of birth Ashington
Height 6.1
Playing position Head Coach
Club information
Current team
Coldstream FC
Youth career
2 St Johnstone
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1 St Johnstone 1 (0)
4 William Carey University 82 (18)
1 Mississippi Storm 23 (6)
6 Berwick Rangers 180 (5)
1 Coldstream FC 6 (0)
Total 292 (29)
National team
1 Scotland u14 3 (0)
1 Scotland u15 4 (0)
Teams managed
2 Berwick Rangers Academy u18
2 Berwick Rangers u20
1 Coldstream FC
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

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  1. "Jonny Fairbairn - Player Profile". www.transfermarkt.co.uk.
  2. "Jonny Fairbairn".
  3. Dailyrecord.co.uk (1 September 2012). "Scottish transfer day deadline sees Killie kid land dream move to Everton". dailyrecord.
  4. "Fairbairn hails Academy plans ahead of first presentation".
  5. "BERWICK RANGERS ACADEMY". Berwick Rangers Supporters Trust. 17 August 2016.
  6. "Streamers delighted as Jonny joins as manager". www.berwickshirenews.co.uk.