Anthony Limbrick has been appointed assistant manager at Grimsby Town.
The Australian parted company with Woking in early-April with the Cards on a slide which ultimately saw them relegated from the Vanarama National League. He now joins Michael Jolley’s staff at the League Two club.
He told Grimsby’s website: “I’m very excited, it’s not too long now until pre-season so i’m looking forward to getting in and working with the players, staff, gaffer and getting going.
“I was originally from Australia but come over many years ago when I was a young player. When I didn’t make it as a player I became a coach and have been a coach for most of my career.
“Through the Academy systems, I started at Southampton Football Club where I had 5 good seasons there working through all the age groups from under 14’s all the way up to the Youth Team. After that, I was the England Under-17s Assistant Coach for a short period, working with some really good players and then I worked at West Ham for 2 seasons in their Academy.
“Most recently I was the manager of Woking in the Vanarama National League, it was a great club with great people and I really enjoyed my time there, which included a great cup run against some big Football League clubs and I think the job puts me in a good position taking this role.”