Glasgow City would like to pay a huge thank you to Donald Jennow who has very recently left the club.
Donald joined City in 2010, initially as part of the youth coaching set-up, but was quickly recognised by then Head Coach Eddie Wolecki Black as someone he wanted working with him in the first team.
Donald soon became the Assistant Coach of City's first time and helped preside over City's success over recent years.
Commenting on Donald, Club Manager, Laura Montgomery said, "Donald has been an incredible asset to our club for a number of years. An extremely intelligent and professional coach, he has been at the fore of so many good things that we have achieved and has been a quite brilliant ambassador for us on and off the park. He is someone that I very much like as a person and wish him the very best in his future career."
Donald himself spoke of his departure and said, "Chance encounters often come and go without incident but it was an overheard conversation about football that first led to me joining City. Since then I have travelled Europe, worked with some people who have a dedication that would shame many of us, experienced a genuine love for football and most importantly had the fortune to work with some of the (if not the) most talented footballers in the country.
"I would like to thank those at the club who were willing to take a punt on me and give me an opportunity that I will never look back from. I have spent a crucial part of my life with City and there is no doubt what I have learned in this time will shape my career going forward. Long may the success continue and I hope that in a few months time there is a third Scottish club to have won nine-in-a-row."