Kings Langley Football Club have announced that interim manager Steve Conroy has been confirmed as the club’s first team manager.
Steve worked under former manager Paul Hobbs, who departed on December 12 after a string of poor results. But now, Steve is being given the chance to turn things around by being appointed until at least the end of the season.
A spokesperson for the club said: “Steve was an integral part of the previous management team which brought a great deal of stability to the club during a challenging first season in the Southern League Premier Division.
“He comes with a wealth of experience and exemplary credentials borne out of a highly successful playing and coaching career in the upper echelons of non-league football. The club have every confidence in Steve’s ability to further enhance the team’s development.”
Elsewhere, the club have also announced the appointment of Liam Walsh as manager and coach of the club’s Under 18 midweek floodlit team.
Liam takes over from Danny Perman who has managed the team on an interim basis but now steps down due to personal commitments.
The club issued a statement saying: “Liam is a very experienced youth team coach and comes highly recommended in light of his exemplary stewardship of the West Herts College Football Academy.
“The club look forward to Liam building on the success of the team during their inaugural season at an elite level of youth football.”