Frank McGrellis (born 5 October 1958 in Falkirk, Scotland) is a former professional footballer who played for Coventry City, Huddersfield Town and Hereford United.
Upon retirement, he followed a career in coaching, mostly taking the reins with state league clubs in Victoria.
In 2001, he coached Altona Magic SC in the Eat Well Live Well Premier League〔http://www.ozfootball.net/ark/States/VIC/2001PLR.html〕
Currently he coaches the Victorian team Southern Stars FC.〔http://www.thejournal.com.au/news/local/sport/football-soccer/stars-look-to-new-dawn/1572204.aspx〕
Since his retirement, McGrellis has often been spotted at Victorian Premier League matches, some have suggested he has a twin brother, but this has never been confirmed.
In 2005, Frank McGrellis was appointed Head Coach at Haileybury College. In his first two years as head coach, McGrellis guided Haileybury to 2 premierships, but since 2006 has failed to do so again. After failing to win another premiership for Haileybury in 9 years, McGrellis has been one of the Associated Private Schools least successful managers.〔http://www.apssport.org.au/fileadmin/user_upload/Premierships-Records/Premierships_-_Boys_APS_2015.pdf〕 In recent years, there has been much controversy over the continual appointment of Mr McGrellis. In 2013 a petition was signed and submitted to Haileybury's then Head Of Sport, Greg Schneider, on behalf of the players, calling for the resignation of McGrellis; no action was taken. Recently, in 2015, following overwhelming discontent amongst players, many whom have left the team, has contributed to Haileybury failing to win a game thus far.
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