Kevin McGreskin leaves Forfar Farmington to head to Mexico
Forfar Farmington head coach departs club to take on new adventure abroad
Kevin McGreskin has stepped down as Forfar Farmington head coach six months after taking the job in order to take on a new venture in Mexico.
McGreskin arrived initially as an assistant before becoming the head coach in January 2021.
But it was a tough season for the Angus club, losing 11 games in a row and finishing just three points ahead of Hearts.
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