Litherland REMYCA have promoted Coach Paul McNally to the position of First Team Manager at the Hallmark Security league club.
McNally was an integral part of the backroom staff under previous boss Phil Stafford, who lead the club to last season’s playoff final against City of Liverpool before leaving the club to join Bootle as the club’s joint manager at the end of last month.
The new gaffer, who has spent time working in both the North West Counties and the Northern Premier League was delighted to take up the job.
He said: “I’m excited by the challenge of managing the REMY.When the job became available initially I was gutted as Staffo (Phil Stafford) did a great job with the club.
“Naturally, the progression was for me to apply for the position as manager, having worked with this fantastic set of lads throughout last season.
“Now is the time for us to push on as a team.”
— Colin Cull (@colincull) June 5, 2017
Meanwhile, the club’s chairman Dom Rimmer was delighted to have appointed an internal candidate to the position of manager.
He said: “We received a high level of interest in the role with many experienced high calibre candidates.
“However we have favoured an internal appointment as Paul provides us with all the qualities, drive and ambition to the take the team and the club forward.
“He is well respected by the players and is familiar with how the club works. We are hopeful of building on last season and achieving promotion. Paul will now begin to put his management team in place and make preparations for next season.”