Vanarama National League club Torquay United have announced that Kevin Nicholson has signed a three year contract to remain as player-manager with the club.
The Gulls also revealed that Nicholson will have an increased budget to work with next season.
Assistant manager Robbie Herrera and physio Gareth Law are also set to stay as part of Nicholson’s backroom staff.
“I am delighted to confirm that Kevin and his team will be staying with the club. Their hard work saw the club come back from what seemed impossible odds” said chairman David Phillips
“We can now let Kevin get on with his plans for next season and turn our attentions to Yellowfest at the weekend. It is a very important event for the club, and a celebration of everything Kevin and the club have managed to do this season”.
With rumours circulating for most of the season regarding the club’s ownership they moved to clarify the current situation saying “The club can confirm that TUFC remains under the control of the present owners but we remain hopeful that a positive statement regarding prospective new owners will be made by the end of May”
CEO Stephen Breed has left the club after the position of chief executive was made redundant due to restructuring.