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Goode Quits Deeping Rangers
Goode Quits Deeping Rangers
Mike Goode has stood down as manager of Uhlsport United Counties League Premier Division club Deeping Rangers after five seasons at the helm.
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Under Goode's guidance, his management team and players have produced a highly successful period in the club's history, playing a brand of football which has been a pleasure to watch and coveted by many spectators and opposing teams alike.

 

The teams that he built finished as runners-up in the UCL Premier Division on two occasions (to Peterborough Sports (2016/17 and to Daventry Town in 2018/19), runners-up in the Lincs Senior Trophy in 2016/17 to Cleethorpes Town and Hinchingbrooke Cup in 2016/17 to Peterborough Sports and then in 2018/19, a first piece of silverware, when lifting the Lincs Senior Trophy with a win on penalties over Grimsby Borough.

 

His teams also produced many higher grade scalps in Emirates FA Cup adventures getting to the Second Qualifying Round three times, including a tie against Step 2 Kidderminster Harriers in 2017 in front of a then record crowd of 696 at The Haydon Whitham Stadium and streamed over the BBC Sports website.

 

History was also made in the Buildbase FA Vase in 2018/19 when the team made the last sixteen with a trip down to Willand Rovers in Devon, unfortunately a 3-2 results saw a long journey home empty handed.

 

Club chairman Paul Smith told https://www.deepingrangersfc.co.uk: "We thank Mike, and his team, for their tremendous work at the club over the past 5 seasons and hope that we can persuade him to remain with the club in some capacity.

 

“Mike is Deeping lad who saw Rangers as his ideal job - the club where he started his playing career within the junior section some 31 years ago.

 

“He strived to land the UCL Premier Division title as a manager, as he had done as a player with Rangers in the 2006/07 season, but that just eluded him and his team on a couple of occasions”.

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Goode Quits Deeping Rangers
Goode Quits Deeping Rangers
Friday 03 April 20 I 11:55:43
Photo by

Under Goode's guidance, his management team and players have produced a highly successful period in the club's history, playing a brand of football which has been a pleasure to watch and coveted by many spectators and opposing teams alike.

 

The teams that he built finished as runners-up in the UCL Premier Division on two occasions (to Peterborough Sports (2016/17 and to Daventry Town in 2018/19), runners-up in the Lincs Senior Trophy in 2016/17 to Cleethorpes Town and Hinchingbrooke Cup in 2016/17 to Peterborough Sports and then in 2018/19, a first piece of silverware, when lifting the Lincs Senior Trophy with a win on penalties over Grimsby Borough.

 

His teams also produced many higher grade scalps in Emirates FA Cup adventures getting to the Second Qualifying Round three times, including a tie against Step 2 Kidderminster Harriers in 2017 in front of a then record crowd of 696 at The Haydon Whitham Stadium and streamed over the BBC Sports website.

 

History was also made in the Buildbase FA Vase in 2018/19 when the team made the last sixteen with a trip down to Willand Rovers in Devon, unfortunately a 3-2 results saw a long journey home empty handed.

 

Club chairman Paul Smith told https://www.deepingrangersfc.co.uk: "We thank Mike, and his team, for their tremendous work at the club over the past 5 seasons and hope that we can persuade him to remain with the club in some capacity.

 

“Mike is Deeping lad who saw Rangers as his ideal job - the club where he started his playing career within the junior section some 31 years ago.

 

“He strived to land the UCL Premier Division title as a manager, as he had done as a player with Rangers in the 2006/07 season, but that just eluded him and his team on a couple of occasions”.

Copyright Non League Today. Permission to use quotations from this article is granted subject to appropriate credit being given to the Non League Today website as the source and a link back to the Non League Today website.
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