Baris Northern Counties East League
Published 21st June 2012
....Northern Counties East League club Winterton Rangers.
The 31-year-old from Doncaster switched to West Street from Central Midlands League side Harworth Colliery Institute in the summer, taking over from Richard Sennett. He faces a substantial rebuilding task, looking to recruit almost an entire new squad while attempting to bring through local talent.
But it is a challenge Danysz relishes.
"We're trying to build a hard-working team, but we envisage improving as we go along," he said.
"We know we're not going to be hitting the heights straight away, but that's the ultimate aim.
"Hopefully we can get a good set of lads, work together and move on from there.
"It's more than likely going to be a completely new squad.
"Although it would have been nice to work with some of the old players, they worked with the old management for a long time and it might have caused a bit of friction.
"It might not have done, but it's a fresh start for everybody.
"We all understand it's a redevelopment, so hopefully, as time goes on, we can become stronger.
"It's a long-term project."
Although he has not managed in the NCEL before, Danysz knows what to expect from his time as a player.
"I've played in this league, so I know it playing-wise," said the Rangers boss, who has previously featured for Armthorpe Welfare and Brodsworth Welfare.
"Managing-wise it's all new to me, but I know the league and I know what to expect.
"My team will be a hard-working team who will work for one another, but we'll be looking to play good football as well.
"I've played at Winterton before in the FA Cup so I knew the facilities. But the biggest attraction was the football club itself and the chance to manage at a higher level."