Kidderminster have announced that Neil MacFarlane will be their new manager, just hours after it was revealed that former boss John Eustace had left the club to take up a role as Assistant Manager of Championship side QPR.
MacFarlane had previously worked in Cyprus where he assisted former Fleetwood manager Steven Pressley at top-flight club Paphos.
Before turning to coaching, MacFarlane had a distinguished playing career where he represented the likes of Celtic and Aberdeen.
Kidderminster Chairman Chris Gordon told the club’s official website, ““Neil fits the profile of the philosophy of what we’re looking for. He’s hard working, fun and studious, with very good experience and great confidence.
“He’s done his research and has watched a numerous amount [of our games] games and already has his ideas on how he would like to work and how he would like to play.”
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