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Clach appoint former players MacDonald and Farquhar to coaching team

Jordan MacDonald
Clach manager Jordan MacDonald.

Clachnacuddin manager Sandy McLeod has brought former Lilywhites players Jordan MacDonald and Gary Farquhar to join his coaching team.

Clach had been keen to add to the coaching staff to assist McLeod, who took over at Grant Street Park in August following the resignation of Brian MacLeod.

MacDonald was part of Clach’s Highland League winning team in 2004, having previously had spells with Caley Thistle and Elgin City. After leaving Clach he went on to play for now defunct junior side Inverness City, who he went on to manage.

Wick-born Farquhar enjoyed a fine career, playing in the Scottish top flight for St Johnstone after winning a move from Brora Rangers, while he also played for Caley Thistle under Steve Paterson. He played for several Highland League clubs, with spells at hometown club Wick, Nairn County, Clach and Fort William, as well as a stint with Inverness City alongside MacDonald.

McLeod is pleased to recruit two familiar faces to his new setup, and he said: “I have known Jordan and Gary for many years as friends and team-mates and I am delighted they have agreed to join me in the coaching staff.

“We are looking forward with optimism to get the all clear to begin training and playing football again.”

Clach were 15th in the Highland League with just four wins when last season was ended due to coronavirus, and Lilywhites director Peter Corbett hopes the changes can help the Inverness outfit improve.

Corbett said: “Last season was a disappointing one for the club on the football side, on and off the pitch, and the addition of Jordan and Gary will form a strong team off the park.

“They will support Sandy with training, coaching, team selection and adding some guidance to the many young players who will benefit from their many years of experience.

“They will also be looking to add players to the squad for the season when it begins.”

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