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Monday, June 25, 2018

News Round Up

Former Hereford forward Jamie Cuss has returned to Westfields as a player/coach for their reserve team. Cuss had announced his retirement from football after being plagued with injury over the past two seasons, but the club say all his experience will help the young squad of players during the upcoming Herefordshire County League campaign.

Kidderminster Harriers have been recognised as the top developer of footballing talent in a recent wide-ranging study. Since 2014, no club has seen more of its talent secure moves to Premier League and EFL clubs than Harriers.

Nuneaton Borough have announced Lee Fowler as their new assistant manager. The former Boro' player and veteran midfielder will be reunited with Nicky Eaden, who was on the coaching team at Kettering Town whilse Fowler had a successful playing spell there in 2009. The 35-year-old Welshman told the club's official site that he enjoys working with Nicky and has kept in touch over the last decade so the offer came at the right time to move into coaching.

Boston United's manager Craig Elliot says his squad will have to be versatile if they're going to be successful. Elliot told the Boston Standard that because the club are part-time, they won't have a huge squad so he won't be afraid to ask players to slot in elsewhere.

Chorley have have wasted no time in finding a replacement manager after Matt Jansen resigned on Friday. Jamie Vermiglio has been with the club as a coach after retiring from playing in 2014. Speaking to the club's official website, the 26-year old said he's delighted and proud to be taking over and he's starting his tenure as boss with the mindset to win the league.

One of Hereford's former Midland Football League rivals Alvechurch are set to receive a four-figure transfer fee. Ash Carter has agreed a move from Lye Meadow to Nuneaton Borough as the 22-year old returns to the National League North after rekindling his love for the game.