The club can today confirm that after 11 years of service to Peterhead Football Club, Jim McInally has resigned as First Team Manager.
Jim has been a fantastic servant to PFC and the Chairman and Board would like to go on record in thanking Jim for the professionalism, commitment and dedication shown towards Peterhead Football Club in his 11-year reign. From Rodger Morrison; “Jim has been a hugely successful Manager for the past decade winning two league titles, reaching a memorable Cup Final against Rangers as well as taking many Premier League scalps along the way. Aside from his success on the pitch, I know Jim as a loyal and principled friend to this club who has made many personal and financial sacrifices for the good of PFC, especially during the Pandemic. There were concessions made by Jim during that time to help ensure that financial stability would continue, and these were not made as a football Manager but as someone who cares deeply about Peterhead Football Club and my gratitude for that runs deep. These are big shoes to fill but we will endeavour to find the right person for the job and as such the due diligence process of appointing a new Manager will now begin”.
In the interim period, David Nicholls will take charge of the team, as coach, until an appointment is made.