Changes In Scotland National Team Structure

Tuesday November 12, 2013 at 5:11pm

The United Kingdom Minifootball Association can today announce changes to the Scotland National Team set up.

Following a review it has been decided that the team should have a new coach in place for the 2014 event.

Speaking about the move today, the UKMA’s Alex Young said it was felt at board level that the team should be given every chance to compete at a high level in  competition. “it is  very much a learning exercise for us all and everyone can be delighted with the way the Scottish team performed, as we have said many times in the last month.

“That does not mean, however, that we cannot strive to improve next time around and to that end we are now actively seeking applications from people who believe they have the skills to take the team forward in coming years.

The outgoing coaching team remain actively involved with the set up and have already accepted a newly created role of Scotland Team Directors.

Anyone who would to apply for the job of Scotland coach should email  ONLY with a covering letter explaining why you should be considered for a role that will become considerably more high profile in the coming months and years. Applications via other mediums will not be considered.

The Scotland team performed admirably in its first ever miniEURO tournament, drawing with Austria and losing two other group games narrowly.

Further exciting announcements regarding the Scotland team will be made in the coming weeks.

Add to: Digg Add to: Add to: Facebook Add to: Furl Add to: Google Add to: Live Spaces Add to: MySpace Add to: StumbleUpon Add to: Twitter
» Categories: None