Paul Quinn is the new manager of Tadcaster Albion, ending a two-week search for Curtis Woodhouse’s replacement.
The highly-respected former Brighouse Town and Shaw Lane boss was until this week the assistant manager of Ossett United.
Quinn, who led Brighouse Town to the Toolstation NCEL Premier Division title in 2014, told Non League Yorkshire in the summer that he did not rule out returning to number one management.
Quinn said: “I am delighted to have been appointed as manager of Tadcaster, this is a club I have admired from a distance for a number of years and when the opportunity presented itself it was not a difficult decision to accept.
Naturally when a manager leaves any club there is a period of transition and I would like to personally thank Michael Ingham and Steve Waide who have done a brilliant job over the last few weeks. I am really looking forward to meeting the players next week and helping the club to build on a positive start to the campaign.”
Steve Waide will be stepping up from first team coach to assistant manager.
Nelly Sanderson will continue as goalkeeper coach. Michael Ingham who is club captain and first team goalkeeper will also form part of the management team. Quinn will take official charge on Tuesday 12th November and will be in attendance for the clash with Marske on Saturday.