Bob has been Queen’s Park’s physiotherapist since 1989.
He has combined a career of physiotherapy in the Health Service and involvement with football clubs for most of his working life.
Bob’s first club was Vale of Clyde in 1976 while he trained as a physiotherapist.
After graduating Bob worked in an outpatients clinic in Bath Street Glasgow before moving to the Victoria Hospital in Kirkcaldy where he joined the Orthopaedics unit. He then started his senior football career with Raith Rovers and worked with them for 4 seasons.
In 1982 Bob joined Rangers full time and worked with the Ibrox club for 4 years.
After leaving Rangers Bob returned the the Health service working in the RAH Paisley and became Drumchapel Amateurs’ physio.
2 years later Bob joined Queen’s Park and is still with us.
Although Bob has now retired from working in the Health Service he continues with us and has no intention of stepping down. In fact he has increased his commitment to the club with supporting the youths on da Vinci projects as well as supervising the physiotherapy service Queen’s offer to all the squads.
Bob retired from Queen’s Park in June 2016 but has returned temporarily until a new head physiotherapist has been appointed.
Sandesh joined Queen’s Park, as club doctor, in December 2017.
He started his medical career as an orthopaedic registrar in England. He moved to Scotland and became an orthopaedic registrar working in a number of hospitals including Hairmyres and the Southern General.
Currently he is training to become a G.P.