Livingston FC is delighted to announce that manager David Martindale has been crowned as Glen’s Manager of the Month for November.
In a month that saw us pick up 7 points from a possible 9 and move into 4th place in the cinch Premiership table thanks to wins over Kilmarnock & Aberdeen and a draw at Tynecastle, the manager picks up the crown for the first time this season.
The manager last picked up the award back-to-back in December 2020 and January 2021.
Well done, David!
Colin Matthews, CEO of Glen’s owner the Loch Lomond Group, said: “This season is going to be different in terms of Glen’s Manager of the Month awards, given the break for the World Cup and the shortened league programmes in November and December.
“However, our voting panel were once again full of praise for the tremendous work David Martindale and his coaching staff are doing at Livingston and given their resources available, sitting in fourth spot in the table at this stage of the season is a terrific achievement.
“They were just minutes away from a 100% record for the month in their match against Hearts and they are again pushing the boundaries in terms of results. My congratulations go to David and his team.”
Manager David Martindale said: “I’m absolutely delighted to receive this award as it’s always special to be recognised for the club’s success.
“As everyone knows, this is most definitely a collective award and only possible because of the work put in by all the staff and players at the club. There are a host of variables that dictate your success at a football club, with the two obvious and most important variables being your back room staff & players. At Livingston, I think we are very strong in both areas, thus giving us all a chance at collecting awards such as this throughout the season.
“There is a huge amount of work that goes on by everyone behind the scenes, which often goes unrecognised at most football clubs and we’re no different, so I’m really pleased that we’ve all been recognised for the success that that has helped achieve on the park.
“I’m delighted and proud to be the one who will receive this award on behalf of everyone else at the football club as, like I say, it’s most definitely a collective achievement.”