Clachnacuddin have appointed Jordan MacDonald as their new manager after Sandy McLeod stepped down from the role.
The Lilywhites have cited personal reasons for McLeod’s departure, which comes just over a year after he replaced Brian MacLeod in charge at Grant Street Park.
McLeod was unable to lift Clach up the table however, with the Inverness outfit having been in 15th place with just four wins when the season was halted in March due to coronavirus.
In a statement, Clach said: “The decision was taken with a heavy heart but following discussions, both parties felt it was the correct and only decision that could be made.
“While we are all sad to see Sandy step aside, he leaves with everyone’s best wishes for the future and we wish to put on record our thanks for the hard work and commitment during his time in charge.
“Sandy remains very much part of the club in our eyes where he has served us so well as a league winning captain and latterly as manager.”
Clach have moved quickly to appoint MacDonald as their new boss, with the former Inverness City manager having been brought in to assist McLeod earlier this summer.
MacDonald will be assisted by Gary Farquhar, with the club looking to make a further addition to the management team in the near future.
Clach’s statement added: “Jordan is someone the club rates highly and his passion and enthusiasm for the job shone through during discussions.
“Jordan and Gary have the club’s full support and we wish them every success as we look to progress the club both on and off the park over the coming season and beyond.”