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Scott Ruscoe

SCOTT Ruscoe was put in charge of The New Saints following the departure of Craig Harrison to manage Hartlepool in May 2017.

A highly experienced former Welsh Premier player, midfielder Ruscoe made 392 (+73) league appearances for Newtown and TNS, scoring 73 goals. He signed for Chester from Newtown in the summer of 2000 after scoring 17 goals in 92 appearances for the Robins.  Ruscoe switched back to the Welsh Premier with TNS in January 2002 and was called-up to the Welsh semi-professional side that won the Four Nations trophy in 2004 and was a member of the league's dream team in 2004/5 and 2005/6. He is the record Welsh Premier appearance holder with TNS and also made a total of 30 European appearances.

Ruscoe is assisted by former team-mate Steve Evans (right) who made 271 (+19) WPL appearances, mostly for TNS, as well as 21 in Europe. He was capped seven times by Wales while with Wrexham.