Derry City’s raft of new signings continued today, unveiling Alan Reynolds as the club’s new Assistant Manager.
The 47-year old who replaces Rafa Cetaro had been at Shelbourne last season, splitting his time between there and the FAI where his Development role included assisting the national under-21 side.
Reynolds is no stranger to the Brandywell having spent the 2008 campaign in the ‘home’ dugout alongside Stephen Kenny.
Derry Boss Ruaidhri Higgins told derrycityfc.net: “Alan is a fantastic coach and it is important for me to have someone of his quality and experience here.”
“He knows the league inside out and will have the trust of the players, which is key.”
“He’s been here before which always helps as well, and he will bring plenty of ideas and energy to the club.”
“We are comfortable with where we are in our preparations for the new season and are looking forward to getting going again in the coming weeks ”