I promise you all that I will give blood, sweat and tears to make this magnificent club successful, says newly-appointed Greenwich Borough boss Aaron Taylor
GREENWICH BOROUGH have appointed Aaron Taylor as caretaker manager following the departure of Paul Barnes.
Barnes was in charge of the Eltham-based club for only 18 games and continued the excellent work that Gary Alexander had put in at the club.
Greenwich Borough finished their 46-match league campaign in fourth-place in the Bostik South Division with 87 points but they lost 3-0 at home to Corinthian-Casuals in the play-off semi-final.
Barnes won 10 games whilst in charge of the club but has since departed and has been replaced yesterday by former East Grinstead Town under 23 coach Taylor.
“We would like to welcome our new caretaker first team manager Aaron Taylor at Greenwich Borough,” said a club statement.
“We will support him in his new role with the club and look forward to the new season ahead.”
On Twitter, Taylor said: “I am delighted and privileged to be the new manager of Greenwich Borough.
“Over 10 years of hard work and determination in the game has led to this proud moment in my life.
“I promise you all that I will give blood, sweat and tears to make this magnificent club successful.
“I cannot wait for the new season in the Isthmian League to get underway. Let’s do this!”
Greenwich Borough have landed winger Laurent Mendy from their Bostik South East Division rivals Thamesmead Town.
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