Grantham Town have named Martin McIntosh as their new manager.
The former Rotherham United, Stockport County and Huddersfield Town defender has had recent spells at Ilkeston Town and Frickley Athletic, though the lion’s share of his managerial days have so far been spent at Buxton. The ex-Worksop Town boss was in charge of the Bucks for six years before leaving in February 2018.
The 48-year-old former Scotland B international takes over a Grantham side out to push clear of relegation danger in the BetVictor Northern Premier Division. McIntosh said of his appointment: “I’m delighted at the opportunity and can’t wait to get started. We’ve got a lot of big games coming up and I’m really looking forward to it.
“We need to build a side that will fight for each other and pull us away from the drop zone. It’s still close down there but I’m fully focused on the challenge ahead.
“I met with the directors and I’m excited at their vision for the club. My immediate priority is the first team and then I’ll be working alongside Alex (Watson) and the staff at the academy to try and give the young players an opportunity as we begin to build for next year.”