Tweed Flies Solo For A While
Updated Friday, 4th June 2010
Steven Tweed needs to find a new old head to help him at Montrose
Montrose boss Steven Tweed will go it alone for now as he prepares for the new season after parting company with his assistant, the former East Fife and Forfar manager, Jim Moffat. The pair have been working together at Links Park for the last year as Tweed looked to have an old head on board as he started his first full season as a player/manager. Tweed plans to find a new assistant before the new season starts although he does not have any names in mind yet.
Tweed said: “I would like to place on record my thanks for the work Jim put in during his time here. Increased work commitments on his part could have made things difficult next season so we decided that it was best to take the club in a different direction now. I have a blank sheet of paper now and I may well look at other options such as a player/ assistant manager"
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