| Alexander Clark|
West Ham United
| (1956-10-28) 28 October 1956 (age 59)|
From the Heart. My Autobiography
Dunfermline Athletic F.C.
Sandy Clark Wikipedia
Alexander "Sandy" Clark (born 28 October 1956 in Airdrie) is a Scottish professional football player and coach who is currently assistant manager to Allan Johnston at Scottish Championship side Dunfermline Athletic.
He played for several clubs in his playing career including his home town club Airdrieonians, Rangers, Heart of Midlothian (Hearts) and West Ham United. His longest and most successful spells were those at Tynecastle and Broomfield. In 1982, Clark won the Scottish PFA Players' Player of the Year award.
He has managed several clubs, including Partick Thistle, Hamilton Academical, Hearts (twice, once as caretaker), St Johnstone and Berwick Rangers.
His work with BBC Scotland previously included TV commentary, where he was the regular summariser to main commentator Rob MacLean.
Clark was striker coach at Aberdeen. He left the club in May 2009 along with manager Jimmy Calderwood and assistant Jimmy Nicholl. In January 2010 he joined Kilmarnock as first team coach, working under the same management team until the end of the 2009–10 season. Clark was a sports performance lecturer at Cumbernauld College after leaving Kilmarnock.
Clark was appointed Queen of the South's assistant manager to Allan Johnston on 14 May 2012. Johnston and Clark signed a one-year contract extension on 13 April 2013, but then moved onto Kilmarnock as that club's new management team in June 2013. Clark left Kilmarnock in May 2014 and was appointed assistant manager to Darren Young at Albion Rovers in June 2014. At the end of the 2014–15 season, Clark left Albion Rovers and was once again re-united with Allan Johnston, this time as assistant manager of Scottish Championship team Dunfermline Athletic.
Sandy Clark is the father of Nicky Clark, who has also played for Rangers.Hamilton Academical
Lanarkshire Cup : 1997-98
Forfarshire Cup : 1998-99