Rushall Olympic have appointed Liam McDonald as manager writes Tom Feaheny.
He recently left Vanarama National League side Solihull Moors and before turned Redditch United into promotion candidates in the Evo-Stik Southern Premier League and took charge of Hednesford Town.
“It’s nice to get straight back in and I can’t wait to get started,” McDonald said.
“This is a good, well-run football club and I’ll be working with an exciting group of young players that I will be looking to develop. It’s a challenge that I face with relish and I feel that I can get the club moving up the table. I have a lot of respect for the Chairman; he’s been in the game a long time. I am looking to forward to working with him for the first time.
“I was preparing to take a break from football, to be honest. But I had a really positive conversation with the Chairman and watched the recent game against Barwell. As I was travelling home I knew straight away that this was the place that I wanted to be and somewhere I can make an impact.”
McDonald will have a watching brief at Tuesday’s Integro League Cup clash at Hednesford Town.
John Allen and Trevor Burroughs will take the team for that game.
His first game at the helm will come on Saturday as we play host to Marine.
— By The NEC (@BytheNEC) October 16, 2017