Wroxham have announced Norwich City legend Adam Drury as part of a new managerial team alongside coaching colleague Jordan Southgate.
The Yachtsmen lost manager Jamie Godbold and assistant Andy Reynolds to Lowestoft Town earlier this week but have moved swiftly to appoint the duo.
Drury and Southgate were in charge of the shadow squad at the Community Sports Foundation (CSF) this season and have both recently completed their Uefa B licence qualification.
Former Peterborough United left-back Drury made 361 appearances for the Canaries between 2001 and 2012, captaining City to their 2004 Division One title success and then helping Paul Lambert’s squad secure back-to-back promotions from League One to the Premier League.
Wroxham finished 13th in the Thurlow Nunn Premier Division this season, following their relegation to the Eastern Counties League, the fifth tier of the non-league pyramid.
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