LOUGHBOROUGH DYNAMO have welcomed back former Kettering Town joint-boss Scott Machin as their new manager.
Machin helped Kettering to the Southern League Central title last season alongside Thomas Baillie but both left shortly after.
A former coach at the Nanpantan Sports Ground, Machin is back to manage the club after the departure of joint-bosses Lee Morris and Jason Maguire.
Morris left Dynamo to focus on his coaching career at Derby County and Maguire took charge of the side while a successor was found.
Dynamo are 18th in the Evo-Stik NPL Division One South with three wins and seven defeats from their ten league games.
Chairman Frank Fall said: “I am very pleased to welcome Scott back to Dynamo, he brings with him a wealth of experience.
“On behalf of all at Loughborough Dynamo I would also like to thank Jason Maguire for all he has done at Dynamo and for covering as a sole manager until Scott’s appointment. We send Jason all good wishes for the future.”
Meanwhile, Southern South & West club Burnham have named caretaker boss Paul Mulvaney as their permanent manager and Southern Central side Bedford Town are searching for a new chief after the resignation of Dan Kennoy.