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Ann-Helen Grahm, national development officer for girls and women's football and Scotland women's assistant national coach, is leaving the Scottish FA to take up the post of assistant national coach with the Sweden women's national side.
Ann-Helen worked alongside Scotland national coach Anna Signeul in their native Sweden before coming to Scotland in 2005.
Ann-Helen said: "I have had six fantastic years in Scotland and it was a very hard decision for me to take, but this was an offer that I felt I couldn't refuse.
"I would like to wish Anna, the Scotland coaches and backroom staff, the players (at all age levels), clubs, and everyone involved in women's football at the Scottish FA and around the country the best of luck for the future.
"I'm proud of our achievements in growing the women's game in Scotland and I'm sure it will continue to go from strength to strength. I feel privileged to have been part of this development and to work with fantastic people."
Anna Signeul said: "Ann-Helen has made a fantastic contribution to the growth of the women's game in this country, and she leaves with the best wishes of everyone at the Scottish FA.
"I would like to thank her for her work with the Scotland women's national teams at all age groups, and her dedication to club development."
Ann-Helen will continue to work for the Scottish FA until the end of the year, taking up her new post with the Swedish FA on 1 January 2011.
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