DUNDONALD Bluebell's management team have left the club after taking the Moorsiders up to the East Super League.

Craig Morrison and his team have failed to agree terms for the new season and the Bluebell committee now have to seek to find a replacement with only weeks to the pre-season programme beginning.

The club's general manager, Allan Halliday said this morning: "It is with regret that the club announces that manager Craig Morrison and his management team have resigned from their positon at the club after failing to agree terms.

"The club is now advertising the post of manager and people can contact me on 07725199773 in the first instance.

"The club would like to thank Craig for his time at the club and very importantly for his contribution to in achieving promotion last season and we wish him all the best in the future."

When the decision by Craig became known yesterday the club was soon inundated with people expressing interest in the job.

Added Allan: "Even in the short time the job has become available we have had numerous candidates expressing a desire and interest in the job and we intend to conduct interviews over the weekend."

The Bluebell had a fantastic season last term leading the East Premier League for most of the time and only being pipped for the title by Jeanfield Swifts at the 11th hour and reaching the final of the East of Scotland Cup.