IAN Fergus has rejoined Selkirk as manager, after John Coughlin stood down after just four games in charge.

The announcement was made by the club on Monday night.

The former Berwick Rangers boss has left the Souters' duggout with nephew Ricky Millar.

Fergus told the Border Telegraph: “I am pleased to be able to come back to Selkirk and help the club out. 

“There are some big games coming up and there are a few players out injured so it will be tough, but we will do our best.”

And chairman Ross Anderson says the club are “delighted” to have their old manager back.

He told us: “Everybody is really pleased to have Ian back.

“We didn’t want him to leave in the first place. 

“We would like to thank John and Ricky for all their hard work and for stepping in.

“John was mentoring Ricky to put him through his coaching badges. But he [Ricky] has found the step up from player to coach overwhelming, so John has decided to leave with Ricky.”