New Woking boss Anthony Limbrick will be joined in the dugout next season by former Stevenage and Boreham Wood assistant manager Jason Goodliffe.
Rookie manager Limbrick has added some vital experience alongside him as the Cards’ pre-season training gets underway tomorrow.
Goodliffe began his coaching career as assistant manager of National League rivals Boreham Wood during the 2010/11 season before joining Harrow Borough as assistant.
In May 2013, the 43-year-old became Stevenage’s first team coach and enjoyed success in reaching the League Two play-offs two years later. Goodliffe then rejoined Boreham Wood as assistant manager.
As a player, he made over 300 appearances for Hayes, spent six seasons at Stevenage and captained AFC Wimbledon to two promotions at centre-back.
Goodliffe told Woking’s club website: “I had a phone call from Anthony and really liked what he had to say, I liked his enthusiasm. his ambition for the club and where he wants to take things, and was very pleased to be offered the job.
“The league is something I’m very familiar with, I’ve spent a lot of my career at this level, playing over 600 games, and I’ve been coaching at this level for the last couple of years at Boreham Wood and higher before that with Stevenage. I think Anthony sees my experience as something he would like to tap in to.”