Mark Boyland Becomes Assistant Manager

Former Cheltenham Town favourite Mark Boyland has agreed to become Assistant Manager to  Paul Collicutt.  The two played together for the Whaddon Road side some thirty years ago when Cheltenham Town won the Southern League title in 1985. Paul was captain and Mark the leading scorer.

Boyland previously played for Banbury United before joining Cheltenham Town in 1984 where he scored 101 goals during his three stints with the club.  He also played for Wycombe Wanderers and Cirencester Town amongst others. Mark has left the Managers’ job at Hellenic League side Hook Norton FC.

The rest of the coaching team comprises Richard Smith who worked with Paul at Bishops Cleeve and has played for Evesham in the past, and Gary Baines who remains as the Goalkeeping Coach.

Mark Boyland: Courtesy of Hook Norton FC

Mark Boyland           Source:Hook Norton FC



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  1. dixie dean says:

    Job for the mates!!

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