has announced Ian Hendon will be the man assisting him following his appointment
as manager of Vanarama National League club Ebbsfleet United on Thursday.
46-year-old former defender will take his place alongside the manager and
existing Fleet staff in the dug-out as Cheltenham Town are first up in the
Emirates FA Cup First Round for the new-look management team.
the FA Youth Cup and was part of the 1991 Charity Shield-winning squad with
Tottenham Hotspur before a career that saw him achieve the 500-appearances mark
in the Football League.
England under-21 international had a five-year association with Leyton Orient,
during which time he was part of the side that sent Ebbsfleet (then Gravesend) out
of the 1993/94 FA Cup at Brisbane Road, and also featured heavily for Notts
County, Northampton Town, Sheffield Wednesday and Barnet, winning the Third
Division title with County and the Conference with Barnet.
Barnet manager in 2008, moving on to Gillingham as Andy Hessenthalerís
assistant in 2010 before spells as Sam Allardyceís first-team coach at West Ham
United and then first-team manager at his former club Leyton Orient.