Tommy Widdrington is the new manager of King’s Lynn Town FC.
A recent director at Bristol Rovers, Tommy made his name as a midfielder making 372 appearances in the English Football Leaveu over 15 years, followed by five years in non-leave football.
His soccer CV is:
1990 – Southampton
1996 – Grimsby Town including helping the Mariners to the League Trophy and promotion out of the Second Division in 1998
1999 – Port Vale where he won Player of the Year in 2000 and captained the Valiant sot the League Trophy in 2001
2001 – Hartlepool United helping them gain promotion out of League Two
2003 – Macclesfield Town
2005 – Port Vale
2005 – Salisbury City where he was player-manager for the 2009-10 season.
Assistant manager at Southend City and manager at Hemel Hempstead Town
2012 – Manager at Eastbourne Borough
2017 – Head of recruitment at Coventry City, followed by the same role at Bristol Rovers
2020 – Caretaker-manager at Bristol Rovers
*Forward Connor Kurran-Brown has been signed on an initial one-month loan.
Known as KB, the 19-year-old spent nine years at Watford before joining the Cherries playing 49 of the 52 games for the under-18s that year.
Additionally, he is a Guyana international and was called up for the Golden Jaguars CONCACAF Gold Cup preliminary round tie against Guatemala in July 2021, but he’s yet to make an appearance for his national side.