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McNabb is a born winner who is committed to nurturing a culture and environment which promotes a progressive style of football – getting fans on the edge of their seats.
Holding a UEFA B license, he started his coaching career at Manchester United where he gained valuable experience within the younger age groups before being named as the under-18 manager at St Helens Town back in 2015.
During this period, he was also named as reserve team manager at Rainhill Town where he secured the league championship, before being appointed as Billinge FC manager in 2017.
After lifting the Guardian Cup in 2018, McNabb became much sought after due to the exciting brand of football that his teams were becoming renowned for.
In June 2018, he was appointed as manager at Warrington Rylands following the club’s promotion to the North West Counties League.
In accepting the role, McNabb embarked on what would prove to be a phenomenally successful period that would propel him into the national limelight.
Building a team effectively from scratch, Rylands became NWCL First Division South champions at the end of his first season in charge and they also claimed the league’s Champions Cup title in what was undoubtedly a memorable season for all at Gorsey Lane.
Although the following two campaigns were ravished by the Covid-19 pandemic, Rylands were then promoted to the Northern Premier League, courtesy of their vastly superior points per game average in 2021.
In addition to this, McNabb led Rylands to FA Vase glory at Wembley Stadium – beating Binfield 3 -2 in what proved to be an encapsulating tie.
Entering the NPL Division One West for the first time last season, you may have been forgiven for thinking that a period of consolidation would follow.
However, an incredible season saw Rylands claim a third consecutive promotion – finishing a point ahead of Workington to claim their place within the Northern Premier League.
Whilst at Warrington Rylands, McNabb enjoyed a 69.28-win percentage, as well as boasting a goal average of well over two hundred.
In the 153 games that he took charge of, his Rylands team scored 376 goals and conceded just 151.
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