A lot has changed at Billericay Town since their last trip to Concord Rangers.
The contest in January saw Jamie O’Hara in the dugout as interim player-manager ahead of Harry Wheeler officially getting his second spell in charge underway.
But, 11 months on from that 2-2 draw, O’Hara is now in permanent charge and goalkeeper Alan Julian believes the former Tottenham Hotspur midfielder has made a seamless transition into the role.
“It’s always a strange one when a player you have played with becomes the manager because he is your mate in the dressing room,” said Julian.
“Sometimes it would be difficult for the players to adjust to that situation, but Jamie has made it quite easy for us.
“It’s up to us as players to realise that he is not necessarily a team-mate anymore, but our manager.”