Falkirk Football Club is planning to commemorate the youth player who was electrocuted earlier this month, its manager has revealed.
Manager John Hughes wants to place Craig's strip above the tunnel
John Hughes said he would struggle to get over the death of Craig Gowans, 17, who died when a 20ft long pole for nets he was carrying touched power lines.
Falkirk cancelled its tour of England as a mark of respect following the accident in Grangemouth on 8 July.
Hughes said he wanted Craig's strip to be placed above the ground's tunnel.
The teenager was on a full-time contract with the club and played in the under-17 team at the time of the accident.
The pole he was carrying was to be used for transportable nets behind normal football goals to catch balls which missed the target.
Falkirk held a minute's silence before the friendly against Cardiff on Saturday and Hughes said the teenager's death had affected everyone connected with the club.
"I don't think we will ever get over it - I certainly won't," Hughes said.
"It will be with me forever, no matter what I do, because it happened on my shift and everything I do in my football career will be for him."
The Falkirk manager said he had encountered youth player fatalities when he was a player with Celtic and Hibernian, but believed it was harder to deal with as a head coach.
"There was a lot of soul-searching to do and the hardest thing was to go and see Craig's parents," he went on.
"Usually, when you see a boy's parents, you are walking in there with a professional contract, so it was the hardest thing I've ever done in football."
Hughes said the club, with the permission of Craig's family, wanted to commemorate the youngster.
"I am determined that Craig's name will never be forgotten as long as I am the manager here," he said.
"Someone came up with a good idea that, as we carry 16 apprentices, we should carry 17 and that the 17th one will be a scholarship in Craig Gowans' name.
"I would like the strip to be above the tunnel, so you can touch it before you go out for luck.
"But it's important we include the family in what we do."