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New clubhouse can push Ross Sutherland on to next level, says head coach Mann

By Andrew Henderson

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John Mann believes that Ross Sutherland’s new clubhouse will lead to an upturn in fortunes for the club.

The Stags are in the process of building their new home, but their off-the-pitch progress has not been reflected in matches this season.

An artist's impression of what Ross Sutherland's new clubhouse could look like.
An artist's impression of what Ross Sutherland's new clubhouse could look like.

Ross Sutherland sit bottom of the league with the Caledonia North Two season called to an end, with Scottish Rugby confirming on Tuesday that the season would be voided, meaning no promotion or relegation.

When sport starts up again after the coronavirus outbreak has subsided and the club can make the most of their new facility however, Mann expects that to have a knock-on effect on the pitch.

“The way I’ve been looking at it is that I couldn’t tell you a club that got a brand new clubhouse and didn’t see success in the immediate future after getting it,” Mann reasoned.

“It’s a new facility, it’s putting the club back on the map again, it’s being able to host more events because you’ve got more changing rooms, more access."

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