From the commencement of the 2017/2018 season, following the departure of Craig Harrison to Hartlepool United, Ruscoe was appointed as first team manager, while still continuing as the main man in the youth set-up.
Born in Shrewsbury on 15 December 1977, Scott holds the UEFA A License and the Youth A License and is responsible for the day-to-day running of the first team.
As a player he began his career at Stoke City, moving to Port Vale, Newtown AFC and Chester before joining The New Saints in 2001, where he has remained ever since. He was previously club captain, winning eight League Titles, three Welsh Cups, six League Cups and one Premier Cup as a player.
He made what was then, a Welsh Premier League record 30 appearances in Europe for the club in all competitions. The record has since been eclipsed by Pip Baker, and then by Paul Harrison, who is the current holder.
Qualifying for Wales courtesy of his father, he has played on three occasions for the semi-professional Under-23s side.
Scott was awarded Clubman Of The Year by the Football Association of Wales in 2014 and was inducted into the Welsh Premier League Hall Of Fame in 2015.
He began his career with Crewe Alexandra and West Bromwich Albion. He first joined Welsh Premier side TNS in the summer of 1999 and following an injury joined Oswestry Town to make six appearances before returning to TNS and playing in the title winning sides of 2005 and 2006.
He won the Welsh Premier player of the season award for 2004-2005 and made nine appearances for the Welsh semi-professional side.
He made over 150 league and cup appearances for TNS, before being picked up by Wrexham, where he signed a two-year deal in June 2006. At Wrexham, Evans impressed Wales manager John Toshak and made his international debut for Wales in a friendly against Liechtenstein in November 2006. In September 2008, with Wrexham relegated to the Football Conference, Evans became the first
non-league player to represent Wales for 76 years.
Returning to TNS from Wrexham in 2009, Steve held the position of club captain, where his highlights included playing against Liverpool in the UEFA Champions League and captaining a TNS side in both legs versus RSC Anderlecht.
Following a period of coaching the first team and running the U19s set-up, Steve was promoted to first team assistant-manager prior to the commencement of the 2017/2018 season.
Harper has worked with a variety of sports people, including GB Boxers and BMX riders at the English Institute of Sport to Sale Sharks RUFC, Wigan Warriors RL and Wales RL. He has also supported a range of athletes, training toward specific goals, including Howard Webb (2010 World Cup) and former Commonwealth and European Boxing Champion Herol Graham (27 hour skipping marathon).
During his time at Everton, Classon held the position of Head of Goalkeeping for Everton Ladies and worked with various international players, including Rachel Brown.
Classon has also worked with the Football Association of Wales developing their regional goalkeepers.
He joined the Welsh Champions in 2013 as Academy and Scholarship Goalkeeper Coach, before joining the first team coaching staff in 2014. Classon is currently working towards his B Licence with the Welsh Trust.
Prior to joining The New Saints as Lead Sports Therapist, Wayne was at fellow JD Welsh Premier League side, Newtown AFC, for six years. He is also involved with the FAW Trust at all age groups and with both sexes, a role that he enjoys. Giggsy, as he is affectionately known to all, has also worked on the Tour Of Britain (cycling).
He runs his own private clinic in Oswestry and in his spare time likes to cast a fly and swing a club, as angling and golf are his main hobbies outside football.
Gregg lives in Shrewsbury. He started University at Newcastle before graduating at Staffordshire University. In his spare time, he likes to watch football and although not a groundhopper, he has been to two-thirds of the benchmark 92 in the English football system.