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Allinson Signs Contract Extension
Allinson Signs Contract Extension
Pitching In Southern League Premier Division South club Hendon have announced that manager Lee Allinson has signed a two-year contract extension.
Wednesday 24 March 21 I 08:53:17 I Photo by

This will keep Allinson at Silver Jubilee Park for the 2021/22 and 2022/23 seasons.

 

Allinson was appointed as the Greens manager in November 2019 following the departure of Jimmy Gray.

 

He moved to North London after a successful spell with Biggleswade Town who he left having guided them into the play-off places in the Southern League Premier Division Central.

 

During his playing career he won the United Counties League Premier Division and Bedfordshire Senior Cup with Stotfold, Arlesey Town and Biggleswade Town.

 

He has also earned promoted to the Conference South with Boreham Wood under his father Ian, the former Arsenal and Colchester United winger, and his other honours include winning the Southern Division One Central League with Arlesey and a promotion with Biggleswade.

 

He also had a spell as assistant manager to his dad at St Albans City.

 

He has previously worked for Chelsea and Stevenage`s academies but now concentrates on running his own academy, FC LAFA teams.

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Allinson Signs Contract Extension
Allinson Signs Contract Extension
Wednesday 24 March 21 I 08:53:17
Photo by

This will keep Allinson at Silver Jubilee Park for the 2021/22 and 2022/23 seasons.

 

Allinson was appointed as the Greens manager in November 2019 following the departure of Jimmy Gray.

 

He moved to North London after a successful spell with Biggleswade Town who he left having guided them into the play-off places in the Southern League Premier Division Central.

 

During his playing career he won the United Counties League Premier Division and Bedfordshire Senior Cup with Stotfold, Arlesey Town and Biggleswade Town.

 

He has also earned promoted to the Conference South with Boreham Wood under his father Ian, the former Arsenal and Colchester United winger, and his other honours include winning the Southern Division One Central League with Arlesey and a promotion with Biggleswade.

 

He also had a spell as assistant manager to his dad at St Albans City.

 

He has previously worked for Chelsea and Stevenage`s academies but now concentrates on running his own academy, FC LAFA teams.

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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