The Northern Football League
Published 4th July 2012
....for at least another three years.
Davison, who was manager of Tow Law Town for two seasons until he quit in April, was appointed assistant to new boss Colin Wake earlier this month, but his brief will be more to play and not sit alongside his old friend Wake on the bench.
"I said when I left Tow Law that my next job would have to be quite good, and this one certainly is," he said. "The club's background is fantastic. I've known it for many years in two previous spells there. Everybody has the same freshness and ideas of what we want to do in order to take the club forward, with the one aim in mind, winning promotion. The club ticked all my boxes, it's financially strong for this level, and to be honest it didn't take me long to make the decision after Colin offered the job to me.
"I've gone to Chester mainly as a player, but I'll also provide support for Colin. Full-back Dan Smith has gone to Darlington 1883, and when Colin spoke to me, he said that there was a lot I could do for the club in that position. Colin will take the management pressure on board, and I'll concentrate on playing.
"I'm 32 now, and I want to keep on playing until I'm 35. The new season will be my seventeenth as a player, and my aim is to win some sort of silverware."