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Danysz is new Rossington boss
16th December, 2017
Rossington Main have revealed that former Winterton Rangers manager Lee Danysz is the new boss at the Toolstation NCEL Division One side.
The announcement was made just moments after their 4-0 league defeat at Grimsby Borough on Saturday that saw them drop to thirteenth in the table.
Danysz, who has guided Harworth Colliery to the top of the Abacus Lighting Central Midlands League North Division, is the permanent successor to Chris Glarvey who stepped down at the end of November due to personal family reasons.
Rossington chairman Carl Stokes says that he is delighted to secure the services of the ex-Chesterfield and Armthorpe Welfare striker who was top of his shopping list.
Danysz will be assisted by Main legend Lee Holmes who is the club's top scorer and also one of its previous managers whilst Shaun Tetley, who had been interim boss, will stay on as first team coach.
Their first game in charge will be their Division One home clash with Worsbrough Bridge Athletic next Saturday (23rd) and they will meet with the squad for the first time in training in midweek.