One year later on the head Dundee UnitedMickey Mellon is no longer the head of the first team. Mickey Mellon led the club to ninth place and a Scottish Cup semi-final.
Without going into arm wrestling, the two sides agreed to a mutual separation after a cordial discussion. Chairman Mark Ogren said: “Mickey arrived at the club during a difficult time for football in general due to the Kovid-19 and led the team to a ninth-place finish to strengthen their position in the Premiership. He also made his return to Hampden with the Scottish Cup semi-finals. After a constructive and open discussion about the season and achieving their initial goals, the two sides agreed that this was the right time to go their separate path ”.
“Mickey has gone with our best wishes and gratitude for what he has achieved this season and we wish him every success in his future career. Dundee United will now consider appointing a new head coach as we look to build on a solid foundation in line with our long-term performance strategy over the past few seasons, ”relayed the Scottish Sun.
Mickey Mellon is happy to lead this elite club in his career. “I am very proud of the manager of Dundee United and my role in improving the club’s position in Scottish football. The epidemic has had an unprecedented season and due to lack of opportunity to have a close relationship with a fantastic fan base, I am Satisfied to play a key role in the progress of the club ”.
“I would like to thank the players and staff at Dundee United for their work and efforts on my behalf, the board for their support during my time and all the supporters I have had the opportunity to meet.” , Added Mickey Mellon.
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