Lee McCullochDundee United



Assistant Manager





Lee McCulloch started his playing career at Motherwell in 1996, where he spent five seasons before joining then English Second Division side Wigan Athletic in 2001. During a highly successful spell at the DW Stadium, Lee enjoyed cult status among the fans as he helped to propel the club up through the English Leagues, culminating in the their promotion to the English Premiership in 2005.  Lee remained with Wigan until 2007 before joining Glasgow Rangers where he spent eight successful seasons, the final two of which were as club captain. Lee enjoyed a successful international career, playing  for the Scotland national team 18 times and scoring once.

In the summer of 2015, McCulloch joined Kilmarnock Football Club as an Assistant Player/Coach, teaming up with Gary Locke and fellow coach Peter Leven.  At the beginning of the 2016/17 season, McCulloch was appointed as assistant manager to Lee Clark before taking over as Interim Manager following Clarks departure in February 2017.  

In 2018 McCulloch accepted Assistant Manager role with Lechia G’Dansk. Following a short stint in Poland McCulloch returned to the SPFL to lead coach position at Dundee United in scottish Premier league.