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OBAN Celtic manager Kenny Wotherspoon has announced he will continue to run the team this year.
The Oban side were crowned Marine Harvest South Division 1 champions after finishing six-points clear at the top of the table and will play in the National Division this year.
However, Kenny wasn’t sure if he was going to continue running the team due to family and work commitments.
‘I’m taking the team again next year,’ he said. ‘It’s going to be hard work with the family and the business, but the senior team are going to help out, as well as Davie Hamilton.’
‘We will not win the league,’ he added. ‘But we will not be the whipping boys.
‘We will definitely hold our own.’
Oban Celtic resume training on January 10, and are looking to add to their 30-strong squad.
The Celtic manager made it clear that new players are welcome. For more information contact Kenny Wotherspoon on 07786867123.