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13 Jul 2020
© Dundela Football Club Colin Nixon
Dundela have announced the appointment of Colin Nixon as their new manager as the club signal their intent to push for a place in the top flight.
The 41-year-old former Ards manager and Glentoran playing legend comes to Wilgar Park to replace Bryan McCarroll with whom the Duns parted company last month.
Speaking about the challenge ahead, Nixon was clearly impressed by the vision shown by the club.
"Once I met the committee and went through the interview process I realised that the club had ambitions that matched my own,” he said.
"I'm a winner, and hopefully we can get Dundela winning on the pitch. What the supporters will get is 100% commitment and 100% effort. We've got a certain style of play and we want to see Dundela playing good football.
"The drive is for the Premiership, and that's where I want take to the club. We’ll be working as hard and as quickly as we can and for the moment will be focusing on player recruitment, and trying to attract the best players to Dundela, players that are winners and that are hungry for success."