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Vics Appoint Foyle

Evo-Stik Northern Premier League Premier Division club Northwich Victoria have appointed former York City boss Martin....

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Published 27th February 2012

Vics Appoint Foyle
Martin Foyle

....Foyle as their new manager.

Foyle joins the Vics as part of the management team, which includes former Aston Villa defender Alan Wright.

Chairman Jim Rushe said: "I'm very pleased to have someone of such a high calibre that has worked in non-League football."

In his playing career, Foyle played for a number of League clubs, including Southampton and Port Vale where he made almost 300 appearances.

He was to later manage the Valiants for three seasons but has more recently managed York - taking them to the Conference Premier promotion play-offs in 2010.

Foyle replaces Paul Simpson, who managed the side for a month following the departure of Andy Preece at the end of January.