John McGlynn resigned as supervisor of Raith Rovers following rumors that he would take over at Falkirk.
The Scottish Championship membership launched a commentary on Tuesday afternoon confirming that the 60-year-old might not be renewing his contract with Starks Park.
McGlynn, who was once Rovers boss for 6 years from 2006 to 2012, returned to Kirkcaldy in September 2018 to steer the membership to a League One name in 2020, in addition to the Problem Cup ultimate month.
On the other hand, the Rovers overlooked the playoffs this season because of a debatable determination in January to signal David Goodwilly, who was once convicted of rape in a civil case in 2017. McGlynn later apologized for his involvement within the broadcast. And he admitted that it was once a “large mistake.”
His departure from Rovers, at the side of assistant supervisor Paul Smith, got here at a time when he was once intently related to a emptiness at League One staff Falkirk to interchange Martin Rennie.
A commentary at the Wraith web site reads: “The Board of Raith Rovers Soccer Membership can verify nowadays that supervisor John McGlynn and assistant supervisor Paul Smith will go away the membership via mutual settlement as their Rovers contract expires on the finish of this month.
“We thank John and Paul for his or her carrier to the membership and respect their accomplishments since returning to Starks Park in September 2018.
“The board too can verify that we will be able to be actively on the lookout for a brand new control staff to transport the membership ahead and can start the hiring procedure in an instant.”