Bostik League South Central club Egham Town have officially announced the appointment of their new management team following the departure of Ashley Smith.

Taking over as manager is Dickson Gill, who is a highly experienced man in non-League circles.

He left Cherry Red Records Combined Counties League Premier Division side Walton & Hersham in November, having joined the Swans last year.

Prior to that he spent almost 13 years as head coach and chairman of Croydon, split only by a short spell as head coach at Maltese side Mgarr United in 2012/13.

A UEFA A badge holder, Gill has been head coach or coach at the likes of Crystal Palace, Merstham, Dulwich Hamlet, Molesey, Egham Town, Carshalton Athletic and Clapton as well as in South Africa with Cape Express and several stints with Croydon.

Joining Gill as assistant-manager is another highly-experienced man in Mick Sullivan.

Sullivan quit as manager of Bostik League South Central side South Park in October.

He had been appointed in May 2018, replacing Malcolm Porter, who left at the end of the season after guiding The Sparks to a thirteenth-place finish.

Sullivan is perhaps best known for his time in charge of Leatherhead and Merstham.