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Allinson Handed Waders Managerial Post

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Evo-Stik League South Premier club Biggleswade Town have announced that Lee Allinson will be the new man in charge at Langford Road next season following the decision of Chris Nunn to end his spell in charge.

Allinson will return home to the Waders to take control of the first-team for what will be an exciting time for all involved.

As a previous player for Biggleswade, he knows the Langford Road family well and will be a much-welcomed addition.

If Biggleswade has proved anything this season, it’s that it’s all about pathways and what better way to reinforce that then to recognise a great talent in a previous player.

Chairman Maurice Dorrington approached Allison, son of St Albans City boss Ian Allinson, to take on the position because of his drive, passion and great work ethic. “We couldn’t be more delighted to welcoming Lee to our family club, he will be a great addition and he has my full support in taking us forward,” he told the club`s Pitchero website.

Allison feels like it’s a great time to come home to the club: “I’m so honoured and proud to become Biggleswade Town first-team manager. The club has always been very close to my heart. I would like to thank Maurice for giving me the opportunity to manage this great club. I would like to thank Chris Nunn for giving me a great platform to start from. we are great friends and I’m sure we will continue to speak often and support each other as we always have done.”

The news comes shortly after the Waders said an emotional goodbye to Nunn on their final game of the season. he has faithfully served the Waders for twelve years and he will always be a much-loved manager at the club.


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