Lossiemouth started the season quite poorly but as the season went on it got better for them with the appointment of Charlie Charlesworth as their new manager. Joao Rodrigues arrived from Rothes which proved to be effective. Charlesworth has found his best line up and managed to install a no fear attitude when they face the big spenders. In fact it certainly worked in the last game of the season against Nairn County where they won 2-1.
Charlesworth has fitted perfectly in his role in the hot seat at the Moray club and they will be looking to climb up the league in the next campaign. He has made a great impact for only being at the club for 4 months of the season.
However, this season they will miss Darren Bailey as he goes off Australia. But they do have plenty of attacking and creative players in their squad
Star player = It would be Darren Bailey as his determination and hunger to win has helped Lossie a lot this season.
Player to watch next season = Scott Gordon hopefully he gets more first team appearances and he’s an exciting prospect for the future.
Prediction for next season = I predict Lossie will finish in 11th next season. Charlie Charlesworth has lots of good options across the board. However, they do need to recruit more players to add depth to the team. Since Charlesworth returned they have had that no fear attitude when against the big spenders such as Nairn County,Brora Rangers and Formartine United. Their attractive style of play has been delightful for the spectators and they are far more clinical as well. The team as a whole improves every season and you can’t complain about their commitment to the club.
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