CLUB NEWS: Welcome To Tim Flowers

The Bromsgrove Sporting executive board is pleased to announce the appointment of the vastly experienced Tim Flowers as the club’s new manager until the end of the season. 

As a player, Tim had a glittering career in between the sticks, winning the Premier League with Blackburn Rovers whilst picking up 11 England appearances.

As a manager, he enjoyed a successful spell with Solihull Moors, where he took them to second in the National League and also the second round of the FA Cup.

He has, more recently, gotten experience of this league, when he took charge of Warwickshire side Stratford Town.

Chairman Rod Brown comments: “The club is going through an extensive re-evaluation as a business off the field, by re-engaging and creating a connection with the local and wider community in order to build a sustainable future. 

“With this in mind, we also want to build a football model to run parallel. We believe our initial priority is retain Step Three football, while we work on the model that we want for next season and beyond.

“Tim Flowers comes with the pedigree and experience of an elite player, an excellent coach and a big character – all the attributes we believe will help us maintain our league status, whilst we set out our philosophy to go forward. We look forward to working with him.”

Goalkeeping coach Matt Ballard and sports physiotherapist Gavin Blackwell will be remaining as part of the coaching set-up.

We hope you will join us in welcoming Tim to the Victoria Ground!

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