Alasdair Beattie joined Burnley Football Club in July 2010, in time for the Clarets to launch a bid for promotion into the Premier League.
A fully qualified and state registered Physiotherapist, with a degree in Physiotherapy from the Royal London Hospital, Alasdair has previously worked under various different managers.
In a twelve year stay at Tottenham Hotspur he worked his way up through the ranks, from Under 16s to eventually holding the post of first team Physiotherapist from 1998 until 2004.
Subsequently he enjoyed five years at Manchester City, in which he was responsible for all Physiotherapy services provided to all professional players.
Shortly after Mark Hughes arrived at Eastlands, Ally and Manchester City parted company as it was all change for the backroom personnel.
This led Ally to his next post, working as the Senior Physiotherapist at RAF Marham in Norfolk.
Ally has strengthened his CV by participating in many specialist courses and a significant part of his continuing professional career has been spent working alongside the many outside clinical experts involved in the treatment of football players.