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Hurren: It was a no-brainer to join Stratford Town



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GAVIN Hurren says it was a ‘no-brainer’ to join Stratford Town in their new-look management team.

Assistant head coach Gavin Hurren with Bards chairman Jed McCrory. Photo: Steve Wood (56841363)
Assistant head coach Gavin Hurren with Bards chairman Jed McCrory. Photo: Steve Wood (56841363)

Hurren ended the season leading Bromsgrove Sporting to safety in the Southern Premier Central but then, after discussions with the club, they decided to part ways.

But the 36-year-old is back in football to join head coach Dean Holdsworth with the Bards – and he cannot wait.

Hurren said Bards chairman Jed McCrory contacted him after he left Sporting and he quickly felt it would be the right move to come to the Arden Garages Stadium.

“As soon as we sat down for a chat, you could see Jed’s passion and his vision for Stratford Town and for Stratford as a town itself. It really excites me,” said Hurren. “I wanted to be part of it.



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