|Full name||Henry Cairney|
|Date of birth||1 September 1961|
|Place of birth||Holytown, Scotland|
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|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Henry "Harry" Cairney (born 1 September 1961) is a former Scottish football player and manager. He made over 700 appearances in the Scottish Football League for Airdrieonians, Stenhousemuir and Brechin City. Cairney has also managed Annan Athletic and Arbroath.
Cairney was born in Holytown and began his senior career with Airdrieonians, making his senior debut in a match against Rangers at Ibrox. He then played for Stenhousemuir, where he made over 300 league appearances. In 1992, he joined Brechin City, where he stayed for 11 years and made over 350 appearances. He retired in 2003 and was appointed as manager of East of Scotland League side Annan Athletic.
Cairney moved to Arbroath in September 2004, but resigned just over a year later. Cairney subsequently rejoined Annan, and was manager at the time of their election to the Scottish League in July 2008. He won the Scottish Football League award for Third Division manager after his first month in the league. Cairney resigned his position as Annan manager in December 2012, citing family and health reasons.
As of 20 December 2012[update]
|Arbroath||July 2004||September 2005||50||12||11||27||24.00|
|Annan Athletic||August 2005||December 2012||203||71||57||75||34.98|
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- "The IRN-BRU SFL Manager and Player of the Month Awards August, 2008". Scottifh Football League. 2008-09-09. Retrieved 2008-09-09.
- "Annan Athletic: Harry Cairney resigns after six years as manager". BBC Sport. BBC. 20 December 2012. Retrieved 20 December 2012.
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