SHOTTS Bon Accord Football Club have announced that Tony Mc|nally, the current Lanark United boss, will be their new manager next season.
The local junior outfit were relegated from the West Superleague First Division prompting the club to sack manager Duncan Sinclair just four days before their final game of the season.
Secretary Willie Quilter conveyed the news to Sinclair before announcing himself that he would be stepping down from his long spell as club secretary in the close season.
Shotts have now moved swiftly to confirm McInally as their new man as they target a swift return to the First Division.
The former Cumbernauld United manager will first take charge of Lanark United as they go into their play-off match with Glenafton Athletic. McInally is hoping to bow out on a high by securing United’s place in the West Superleague Premier Division.
In his playing days, McInally spent five years at Shotts Bon Accord. The appointment of the former midfielder as manager will provide a perfect tonic to supporters who have suffered a disappointing couple of seasons.