David Weir, PFA Charity Trustee
David Weir, PFA Trustee.
David Weir is a former Scottish footballer and Trustee for the Professional Footballers’ Association.
David began his professional career with Falkirk after having attended the University of Evansville in the United States. In 1996 he joined Heart of Midlothian and was part of the 1998 Scottish Cup winning team.
In 1999 he moved south of the border and joined Everton in the Premier League. He went on to captain the club and spent seven years at Goodison Park, before signing with Glasgow Rangers.
David made his debut for the Scottish national football team in 1997 and went to win 69 caps before retiring in 2002 (he is Scotland's sixth-most capped player).
Weir had a brief spell as manager of Sheffield United in 2013. He has since assisted Mark Warburton at Brentford, Rangers and Nottingham Forest.