Former Brighouse Town boss Paul Quinn named as new Tadcaster Albion manager.
Tadcaster Albion recently welcomed former Brighouse Town boss Paul Quinn to take the reins as their new manager.
This followed Curtis Woodhouse’s departure from Tadcaster to take up the role as manager of Gainsborough Trinity in October earlier this year.
Paul Quinn has come to Albion with a wealth of experience already under his belt, with vast previous experience in management, having taken charge of over 400 matches, including spells at Brighouse and Shaw Lane.
Quinn sealed the promotion to the Northern Premier League Division One North in 2013/14 after winning the Northern Counties East League premier division title.
Quinn officially took charge of the club on Tuesday 12th November and before that attended their home match against Markse United on 9th November.
Quinn said: “I am delighted to have been appointed as manager of Tadcaster. This is a club I have admired from a distance for a number of years and when the opportunity presented itself it was not a difficult decision to accept.
“Naturally when a manager leaves any club there is a period of transition and I would like to personally thank Michael Ingham and Steve Waide who did a brilliant job over that period.
“I am really looking forward to getting to know the players and helping the club to build on a positive start to the campaign.”
May it carry on that way, Paul!