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Former Blackburn Rovers, Southampton and Leicester City goalkeeper Tim Flowers takes charge at Stratford Town



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FORMER Premier League winner Tim Flowers has been announced as the new manager at Stratford Town.

Tim Flowers, the new Stratford Town manager. Photo: Mark Williamson F65/11/21/8293
Tim Flowers, the new Stratford Town manager. Photo: Mark Williamson F65/11/21/8293

The 54-year-old ex-Blackburn Rovers, Southampton and Leicester City goalkeeper – who also won 11 England caps – is looking forward to managing at the lowest level he has ever managed at.

Kenilworth-born Flowers is eager to get going in his new role having had time away from management following his departure from Barnet in March.

Since then the ex-Solihull Moors gaffer has been out and about watching football matches at different levels of the non-league pyramid and is now keen on helping the Bards climb the Southern Premier Central table.

This morning, head coach Paul Davis said on Twitter he was asked to work alongside Flowers, but was undecided on what his plans were.

Get today's Herald for an exclusive interview with Flowers.



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