The new Queen of the South Manager, Jim McIntyre, says that he is hoping to capitalise on the club's previous achievements:
New Queen of the South Manager Jim McIntyre is taking part in his first press conference at Palmerston Park.
Former Dunfermline Athletic boss Jim McIntyre has been named as the new Queen of the South manager, following the departure of Allan Johnston on Monday (24th July).
The 41-year-old led the Pars to the Division One title before taking on the role of first-team coach at Bristol City.
Jim McIntyre has been named as the new Queen of the South manager.
He takes over from Allan Johnston who left the club on Monday (24th July) for Kilmarnock.
Queen of the South have announced that they will be naming their new manager at 1pm this afternoon.
Former manager Allan Johnston and his assistant Sandy Clark left the club for Kilmarnock on Monday (24th June).
It's deadline day for potential candidates to put their name forward for the position of manager at Annan Athletic Football Club.
The Galabank side have been without a manager for two weeks after Harry Cairney handed in his resignation before Christmas.
Chairman of the club, Henry McLelland said:
"We have had plenty of interest in the manager's position. We are looking for someone who can build here at Galabank. Now we've established ourselves as a Scottish Football League club we are looking for someone to take us onto the next level.
"We are aiming for a play-off place this season. As far as the process goes, we'll be looking at applications on Monday with a view to making an appointment on the 14th on January."