joined the Puritans in May 2020 after an illustrious playing career, making 346
Football League appearances for Coventry City, Brighton & Hove Albion,
Chesterfield, Leyton Orient and Oxford United where he won the supporters’ player
of the season award in 2012 and was a popular figure with fans until retirement
who holds a UEFA A badge, has coached at Oxford United, Kidderminster Harriers
and at Hereford FC ahead of joining Banbury.
told https://www.banburyunitedfc.co.uk: “I am proud to be part of such a
fantastic club and that the Board have showed their faith in me to continue as
manager. There is real momentum here and I can’t wait to build on the work that
was cut short last season. I want more days like the Bury Town one for the
club’s brilliant supporters to enjoy.”
Phil Lines added: “We are delighted that Andy has agreed a new deal. He made a
big impression in the short time we were able to play in 2020 and we are sure
there are more good things to come with him as our manager”.