Former Waterhouse coach Anthony Patrick is now calling the shots at Molynes United with the Premier League club making the appointment on Tuesday.
Radio Jamaica Sports understands that Patrick who coached St Catherine High School to the 2019 Walker Cup title, had his first training session with the team on Wednesday morning.
When contacted by Radio Jamaica Sports, chairman of the club Euardo Cornwall confirmed that Patrick is now at the club, but did not disclose whether he is a replacement for Calvert Fitzgerald.
However, Cornwall said he’s opened to making Patrick’s move permanent despite the coache's affiliation with Racing FC in the St Catherine Super League.
The appointment of Patrick comes just two games into the 2020-2021 season for Molynes who are 10th on the 11 team table with one point.
Should Molynes part ways with Fitzgerald this will be their second coaching change since gaining promotion to the Premier League in 2019.
Fitzgerald had coached the team at the Super League level but was replaced by Lijaysu Simms who led the team to six wins in their first six top flight games.
Simms however resigned in November 2019 after a string of poor results with Fitzgerald called back as his replacement.