Fullarton Believes His Experience With Other Clubs Can Only Help Shaymen

The new FC Halifax Town boss Jamie Fullarton believes his time working in the Football League can help the club going forward.

Fullarton took charge of his first game with the side last week, before that he had coached the under 21's at Bolton Wanderers and been the boss at Notts County, he says his time with the latter is something he can use.

"My time at Notts County really built me, it was a real learning experience for me," Fullarton said.

"I believe that I can take things from my time there, there will be moments in this role that I can look back and use what I learnt."

Fullarton says that his initial aim is simple and clear.

"I can talk about the vision, the ideas, the future but I can't let it detract me from where we are right now, I want to stay in this league that is the only aim for now.

"After that, then we can look at a lot of different things and see what we need to do going forward."

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