Recent Arbroath graduate Becky Dunphy has quickly landed her first job as Arbroath FC’s new physiotherapist.
Becky (21) has joined the club in her new role after the Lichties were on the lookout for a new physio.
The former Arbroath High School pupil will now be in charge of dealing with all the players’ niggles and injuries.
She is a graduate of the Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh and is delighted with her new job ant her hometown club.
Becky said: “I have just recently graduated and I wrote to the club initially asking if I could help out and get some experience.
“That’s when I found out that the previous physio had left and they were on the lookout for somebody and it just went from there.”
Becky is no stranger to sport as she is an athlete of many years and a former member of Arbroath and District Athletic Club.
And she always knew physiotherapy is something she would be interested in forging a career out of.
She added: “I’ve had a few injuries and was always interested in physiotherapy.
“I’ve always loved sport so this kind of job is perfect for me.
“And it is also a great opportunity to work with the football club.”
As well as working for Arbroath FC, Becky also plans to run a private practice from Gayfield.