The Scottish FA is pleased to confirm that Tony McGlennan has been appointed as our new Compliance Officer, replacing the outgoing Vincent Lunny.
Tony joins from the criminal law firm, Penmans, with whom he has been a Partner since 1998, having joined the company in 1996. He is a solicitor advocate who has conducted criminal litigation at all levels of the court structure, including the Appeal Court and the Supreme Court.
Tony has a keen interest in football, having played at amateur level for a number of years. He is currently a volunteer coach to young footballers and holds coaching certificates in the Scottish FA's youth coaching pathway.
Tony will begin his new role next month and engage in a handover period with the outgoing Compliance Officer.
Andrew McKinlay, Scottish FA Director of Football Governance and Regulation:
“I am delighted that we have been able to attract someone with Tony's credentials and wealth of experience to this role. As everyone knows, this is a hugely important and challenging position in Scottish football, one which comes with a great deal of pressure, and I am absolutely certain that Tony will be an asset to the organisation and the game.
“I would also like to thank Vincent for his excellent work during his three years with the Scottish FA. On behalf of the staff and colleagues at the Scottish FA I would like to wish him the very best in his future plans.”