After having his first game in charge on Saturday in the 3-1 defeat to Inverurie Loco Works, new Huntly Co-Manager Douglas Baxter is looking forward the challenge ahead of him back at a club where he had previous experience as both a player and a coach.

“It’s a challenge I’m looking forward to, I’m sure it raised a few eyebrows coming back to the Highland League to a club that’s near the bottom of the league but I know the potential that’s in the club we just need to focus on getting things right on the pitch.

When you’re in a winning habit you expect to win but unfortunately when you’re losing you go in with half a thought thinking you might lose.”

The 46 will share managerial responsibilities with Mark Gray who has given twelve years service to the club as a player and coach and the former Cove Rangers and Peterhead midfielder admitted he’s looking forward to working with Gray.

“We bat ideas off each other as we did prior to the game with Locos in picking the team. We were down a number of players for the game at Inverurie with the likes of Murray McCulloch missing who gives you a good bit of experience while Neale Allan was suspended but we’ll start to get them back soon and when you start getting players back it gives you more options.

I’ve worked with some of these players previously in the juniors and it someteims shaping your team to peoples strengths and I certainly know what three or four of them can do so hopefully we can take that on and start to shape a side that is confident in the jobs that are expected of them”

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