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Brora Rangers confirm appointment of Craig Campbell as permanent manager


By Andrew Henderson

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Craig Campbell (right) is the new permanent Brora Rangers manager. Picture: Daniel Forsyth
Craig Campbell (right) is the new permanent Brora Rangers manager. Picture: Daniel Forsyth

Craig Campbell will be the man in charge of Brora Rangers for the foreseeable future after the Cattachs' interim boss was given the job permanently.

Campbell had previously served the club as a player and then assistant to former manager Steven Mackay, who stepped down just after the Highland League season kicked off.

While in interim charge, Campbell presided over a winning run that saw Brora score 24 goals and concede just four.

The news was confirmed after Brora booked their place in the North of Scotland Cup final, having beaten Lossiemouth on penalties after drawing 2–2 in the semi final.

Neil Macdonald and Josh Meekings will become part of Campbell's backroom staff.


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