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Eynesbury Announce New Management Team
Eynesbury Announce New Management Team
Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division club Eynesbury Rovers have appointed a new management team.
Tuesday 21 January 20 I 09:25:21 I Photo by

After a disappointing couple of weeks on and off the field, Rovers have kept continuity and out of respect to the very tight knit playing group, Ashley Fuller and Dean Greygoose will be joined by Steve Kuhne as their new management team after the departure of Mark Duckett to BetVictor Southern League Division One Central outfit Bedford Town last week.

Greygoose, 55, is a former Cambridge United and Crewe Alexandra goalkeeper who has managed the likes of Team Bury, Haverhill Rovers and Mildenhall Town.

 

Fuller is a much-travelled 33-year-old winger who is still playing for Rovers.

 

He numbers Cambridge United, Cambridge City, Biggleswade Town, Kettering Town and Kempston Rovers amongst his many previous clubs, joining Eynesbury in 2018.


Kuhne (pictured) brings a wealth of experience at this level and will work alongside Fuller and Greygoose.


Having started his career as a schoolboy with Tottenham Hotspur, Kuhne went on to play at St Neots Town and Arlesey Town before moving to London playing over 10 years in the Conference and Isthmian Leagues.

 

After moving back to Bedfordshire, he played for Bedford Town before moving to Arlesey and helping them win the South Midlands Premier League. After another move to Stamford he won the UCL Premier League before once again playing for St Neots and Potton United.

 

He has scored over 650 semi-professional goals with over 350 in the UCL.

 

His managerial career then continued at St Neots guiding them to fourth place in the UCL Premier Division before managing the development squad and then having spells in charge at Olney Town and Potton.

 

 

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Eynesbury Announce New Management Team
Eynesbury Announce New Management Team
Tuesday 21 January 20 I 09:25:21
Photo by

After a disappointing couple of weeks on and off the field, Rovers have kept continuity and out of respect to the very tight knit playing group, Ashley Fuller and Dean Greygoose will be joined by Steve Kuhne as their new management team after the departure of Mark Duckett to BetVictor Southern League Division One Central outfit Bedford Town last week.

Greygoose, 55, is a former Cambridge United and Crewe Alexandra goalkeeper who has managed the likes of Team Bury, Haverhill Rovers and Mildenhall Town.

 

Fuller is a much-travelled 33-year-old winger who is still playing for Rovers.

 

He numbers Cambridge United, Cambridge City, Biggleswade Town, Kettering Town and Kempston Rovers amongst his many previous clubs, joining Eynesbury in 2018.


Kuhne (pictured) brings a wealth of experience at this level and will work alongside Fuller and Greygoose.


Having started his career as a schoolboy with Tottenham Hotspur, Kuhne went on to play at St Neots Town and Arlesey Town before moving to London playing over 10 years in the Conference and Isthmian Leagues.

 

After moving back to Bedfordshire, he played for Bedford Town before moving to Arlesey and helping them win the South Midlands Premier League. After another move to Stamford he won the UCL Premier League before once again playing for St Neots and Potton United.

 

He has scored over 650 semi-professional goals with over 350 in the UCL.

 

His managerial career then continued at St Neots guiding them to fourth place in the UCL Premier Division before managing the development squad and then having spells in charge at Olney Town and Potton.

 

 

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