Scott Baillie becomes first coaching casualty in the TeleChoice Premier League


The former NSL veteran defender took control of the side last year where he was part of the club?s push towards a spot in the 2008 TeleChoice Premier League.
After 13 rounds, the 38-year-old was to manage his final game in the Berries? 2-1 home loss to the Macarthur Rams where he also played his final ninety minutes for the club.
The West Sydney Berries board moved swiftly in announcing 41-year-old Iranian born Ramson Shamon, an understudy to Baillie, as the club?s new coach for the remainder of the season.
Shamon was a former U20?s West Sydney Berries coach and assistant to Baillie for the last two years.
Club legend and stalwart Spiro Hantzis who played well over 300 matches for the club has also come to the team in assisting the club’s cause for a hopeful push towards the finals series in September.
The duo?s first port of call is this Sunday when the Berries take on Penrith Nepean United at the Sydney Olympic Athletic Centre.