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Hay Almondvale return confirmed

Davie Hay with the Scottish League Cup
Hay celebrating Livi's League Cup final win over Hibernian in 2004

Livingston have confirmed that former manager Davie Hay will return to the club in a new advisory role.

Hay led the club to Scottish League Cup success in 2004 and details of his new role will be confirmed later this week.

The 60-year-old is father-in-law to Tomasso Angelini, who is part of the consortium which recently bought Livi.

"Davie is rightly regarded as a legend at Almondvale and it gives me enormous pleasure to welcome him back," chairman Angelo Massone told the club's website.

Hay has not worked in football since leaving the Dunfermline manager's post in 2005 and has previously had spells in charge of Celtic and Motherwell.

"His knowledge and experience of Scottish football is vast and I look forward to him making a big contribution as we strive to bring success back to the club," added Massone.




see also
Livi 'settle' dispute with Dorado
16 Jun 08 |  Livingston
Landi teams up with Hay at Livi
11 Jun 08 |  Livingston
Italians conclude Livi takeover
02 Jun 08 |  Livingston


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