SEAN McIntosh hopes the “shambles” days are over at Rothes as he looks forward to another two years with the Mackessack Park club.
The Forsyths’ draughtsman agreed terms on a new deal with the Speysiders on Wednesday, after being reassured by the club that problems on and off the park were now behind them.
During four seasons at Rothes, McIntosh (24) has seen managers and experienced players come and go, and with the club at a low ebb he admitted he was tempted to seek a future elsewhere.
Former club Lossiemouth were keen to sign him, but after speaking with Rothes boss Graeme Roy – now supported by new assistant Rab Mulheron – and chairman Robbie Thomson, he has extended his stay with the Tangerines.
“It was not an easy decision to be honest,” McIntosh told the ‘Northern Scot’. “The last two seasons have been verging on a shambles on and off the park.
“I spoke to the manager and chairman, told them a few things that have concerned me and they’ve promised me they will turn it around.
Full story in Northern Scot print version.