Kildrum Tigers seeking new first team manager

Kildrum Tigers

KILDRUM Tigers are seeking applications for the position of first team manager, the St Johnston-based club having decided to stay in the Ulster Senior League for the 2014 season.

There had been fears in USL circles that the Tigers, three times winners of the USL in 2004, 2007 and 2008, would drop down to junior football, having suffered a severe loss of players towards the end of the 2013 season. Kildrum were hit hard by the transferring of several players, which

However, the club has decided to remain in the Intermediate ranks – and have invited applications for a new manager with Maurice Toland having informed the club that he is to step down. The former Finn Harps full-back succeeded Raymond McDaid in the hotseat at Station Road Park twelve months ago.

Applications for the vacancy can be made to Maurice Toland, Glen Bovaird or Dessie McGinty by next Wednesday, January 22, by contacting 086-0790628.

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