Robbie Horn happy at Bonnyrigg despite Berwick link

Bonnyrigg boss Robbie Horn. Pic: Scott Louden
Bonnyrigg boss Robbie Horn. Pic: Scott Louden
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Bonnyrigg Rose boss Robbie Horn says he’s happy at the New Dundas Park club despite being linked with the vacant management position at League Two Berwick Rangers.

ormer Hearts defender Horn spent three years at the Shielfield Park side as assistant manager to Ian Little and then Colin Cameron before he resigned from his role in the summer and took up the reigns at Bonnyrigg.

Ex-Hearts midfielder Cameron was sacked after Berwick’s 4-1 defeat away to Montrose on Saturday and Horn is one of the names in the frame to take over.

“I’m 100 percent happy where I am and I won’t be applying for the job. If they came calling to me I might have a decision to make, but as it stands I’m happy where I am,” Horn said.

“I’m at a great club, I’ve got a great group of players and I’ve got a great committee. I’m really enjoying it at Bonnyrigg at this moment in time, but you just don’t know if they did come and ask me.”