New manager Ryan Northmore has pledged to bring exciting, attacking football back to Gosport Borough.
He believes that the blueprint he has along with chairman Iain McInnes will see the club go for success with a stylish brand of entertaining play. McInnes decided a clean sweep was needed after Borough managed their great escape from relegation at the end of the season. He appreciated the job done by caretaker managers Rowan Vine and Louis Bell.
However he felt a new man was needed at the top to take the club forward. Northmore who recently returned from a year coaching in the Bangladesh Premier League fitted the bill for McInnes. The 37-year-old ex-Torquay United and Weston-super-Mare goalkeeper is under no illusions to the challenge ahead.
He said: “After being away for a year I was keen to come back to this country into a situation that suited me. I was looking to get to grips with a good club with lots of potential.
“My agent got in contact with Iain McInnes and I got a call to meet with him. After some lengthy conversations we were able to come to an agreement and I am really pleased to be at the club.
“The chairman wants to see exciting attractive football that will have him on the edge of his seat.”
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