Limerick FC have appointed scottish football coach Malky Thomson as the new assistant manager.Malky joins Limerick after numerous roles in Scottish and English football – as well as a spell with Al Ahli in Dubai.
“I’ve been at a variety of clubs,” he said. “ I’ve been at Aberdeen, Hibs, Celtic, Dundee United, Inverness Caley Thistle, Birmingham and Al Ahli under Ex Irish International David O’Leary over the years and I’ve enjoyed every minute, good and bad. I am delighted to join Limerick FC as assistant manager. I have been very impressed by the Club and the young squad we have been working with over the past few days.
“I’ve always been all about getting on the training field and trying to help players with new techniques. I am delighted to be working with Stuart and hope to help him develop the players and the club into something all the people of the Midwest can be proud of and hope they come and support Limerick FC playing good attractive football in Thomond Park this season.”
Stuart Taylor said: “I am delighted to get someone of Malky’s experience in, he will add so much to what we are trying to do here in Limerick FC and I am really looking forward to working with him.”