Montrose part company with Hannah

17 December 2008 06:52
">David Hannah has stood down as caretaker manager of Montrose after eight games in charge of the Third Division side.Hannah took over in October after the sacking of Jim Weir.But the club website has announced that the former Celtic and Dundee United midfielder left "by mutual consent"."David has guided the team through a very difficult period and Montrose Football club are grateful for his contribution," said a statement.The statement added that director of football Kenneth Black "will oversee first-team matters in the short-term".Hannah started his Links Park tenure with a Scottish Cup win over Highland League outfit Huntly, but his side suffered a 3-0 home league defeat by Stenhousemuir in their next game.Three league wins followed. However, after a cup exit away to Clyde, Montrose suffered a 5-0 hammering by East Stirlingshire and a 1-0 defeat at home to Cowdenbeath as they slipped outside the promotion play-off spots.

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