Gordon Strachan has returned to Celtic for a “a few-month consultancy project” but will continue on in his role as Dundee specialized director.
Strachan will shell out time on the lookout at Celtic’s routines in just the academy, the women’s team and the lately founded B staff, “with a check out to offering suggestions” to club main govt Dom McKay.
The 64-yr-outdated, who managed Celtic involving 2005 and 2009, claimed: “I am really on the lookout ahead to returning to the club to aid in these regions.
“The enhancement of youthful gamers and looking at them make improvements to and grow is a true passion for me and I will do everything I can to help the club in these places.
“Wonderful folks at Celtic usually do great operate. I seem ahead to creating on this function, liaising with Dom and all our Celtic colleagues the moment all over again and hope we can work alongside one another for the gain of the club and these groups so they finally can acquire even more and bring Celtic results.
“I also look ahead to continuing my function at Dundee FC the place I have founded a excellent performing romantic relationship and shut bond with the supervisor, taking care of director, employees and coaches.”
McKay has been thinking about adjustments to the construction of Celtic’s football department given that getting above as main executive previously this year.
Nick Hammond remaining his purpose as head of football operations in March and has not been replaced.
On the former Scotland manager’s appointment, McKay added: “Like all superior-functionality environments we never ever stand even now and generally search for improvement and improvement and I search ahead to performing with Gordon about the up coming 3 months, utilising the extensive abilities and information he has to the benefit of the club.
“Gordon provides with him a wealth of encounter in the places of football improvement, from both equally his preceding time right here at Celtic and from the lots of roles he has held in just football, together with as our national team manager.
“Gordon achieved excellent issues for Celtic as our supervisor. It goes without having saying that he has a seriously close link to Celtic and of class a incredible passion for the club.”
Dundee pressured that Strachan’s small-expression stint with Celtic would “not affect his function” at the Kilmac Stadium.
The Tayside club extra: “Given that using the part in 2019, Gordon has been a wonderful asset all through the club.
“His main part has been doing work carefully with the academy coaches and aiding to develop the long term talents of the club, do the job which we are excited to see carry on.”