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Manager and assistant manager agree new deals to stay at Brora Rangers


By Will Clark

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Highland League champions Brora Rangers have confirmed manager Steven Mackay and assistant manager Craig Campbell have agreed to extend their contracts until the summer of 2023.

Assistant manager Craig Campbell (left) and manager Steven Mackay (right) with goalkeeper Joe Malin after winning the North of Scotland Cup in 2019. Picture: Callum Mackay
Assistant manager Craig Campbell (left) and manager Steven Mackay (right) with goalkeeper Joe Malin after winning the North of Scotland Cup in 2019. Picture: Callum Mackay

The duo have signed new two-year deals as they look to defend the SHFL title and aim for promotion to League Two next season.

Speaking about his new deal, Mackay said he is determined to get the Cattachs into national league football after missing out this season after defeat to Kelty Hearts.

“It’s been good to have a few weeks off to reflect on the disappointment of the playoffs," he said.

"That experience has made myself, Craig and Neil even more determined to achieve our objective of securing Scottish league football.

"We have spent a lot of time looking at our squad and the areas where we feel we need to recruit and we are looking to bring in some new faces to add more strength and depth to the squad.

"I am really looking forward to competing in a full Highland League season in what will be a very competitive league especially with the addition of Brechin and also excited to see our fans back at Dudgeon Park.”

Campbell said: “Delighted to have signed on for another two years as assistant manager.

"It’s been a frustrating year or so for football but hopefully boys can get back to it properly and have a successful season.”


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