After the match on Saturday it was report sharply from an “insider” that Tranent manager Max Christie would be the next gaffer to grace the BU Gaffers Chair. His Bio has already been changed in the Google search engines.
It was confirmed by the Club late last night that Max Christie and his backroom staff would be at Bonnyrigg next week before taking charge
Christie was previously at Bonnyrigg 2011-14
Martin Peter “Max” Christie (born 7 November 1971), is a Scottish former professional footballer who played as a midfielder for several clubs in the Scottish Football League. He is currently the manager of Bo’ness United in the Scottish Junior Football Association, East Region.
Christie began his senior career at Hearts, however he did not make a competitive appearance for the club and spent time on loan at Meadowbank Thistle under the management of his father Terry. He joined Meadowbank permanently in 1991 where his form earned him a move to the Premier Division with Dundee. Christie later rejoined his father at Stenhousemuir then again at Alloa Athletic before dropping down to Junior level with Arniston Rangers where he assumed a coaching role.
He was appointed manager of Bonnyrigg Rose Athletic in May 2011, winning the East Region Superleague and leading the side to the semi-finals of the Scottish Junior Cup, where they lost on penalties to Auchinleck Talbot, in his first season in charge. Christie resigned from his position at Bonnyrigg in at the end of August 2014 and joined Broxburn Athletic as assistant to Steve Pittman. He took charge of Broxburn in April 2015 following Pittmans resignation.
After resigning as Broxburn manager in November 2017, Christie again quickly re-entered the game as manager of Tranent Juniors the following month