Date: 11th July 2011 at 12:51pm
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Manager Didi Hamann has chosen ex-Celtic coach Willie McStay as his new assistant at Edgeley Park as Ray Mathias opts to leave.

McStay, who had a winless spell in charge at Ross County last season, will join Hamann’s revolution this week.

Mathias, departing the club after 7 months, said to BBC Radio:

“I’m a little bit sad but I enjoyed my time there.”

“It was absolutely fantastic, a lovely family club – the fans were absolutely brilliant, I couldn’t ask for any more from them.”

“I had a good rapport with the fans and with everybody round the football club and I was absolutely delighted when I got the job.”

“I would have worked my socks off to try and get them back in the Football League.”

Good luck to Ray wherever he goes in the future.


10 Replies to “McStay Joins Hatters”

  • Its a shame Ray wasn’t treated better than what he was. I’ve got no doubt that he’d have have given it a flaming good shot at getting us straight back – good Luck Ray.

  • Surely we could of used Ray as a Scout as he knows all about the conference, all the best Ray, good luck..

  • Just read about Willie has a good record apart from his post so fingers crossed he canbring the youth on at EP and maybe get some good lads down from Celtic. All the best Willie you have my full support

  • well this is the new broom sweeping clean! looks like things are moving, ad campaigns, ticket incentives, home friendlies, soon we will have a team to follow!!come on County

  • Things moving in the right direction for a change, some more players and we will have something to cheer on the pitch!! COME ON COUNTY

  • @footballtaz1: Its gonna too quiet considering we’re a few weeks away from the new season and still need another I’d think 8/9 players.

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