AFC Dunstable are pleased to announce, that Kevin Taylor will be the reserve teams new manager for the forthcoming season.
Kevin joined AFC Dunstable when he was only 17 as a player and has played over 200 games for the club. He left half way through last season and joined Totternhoe and the club was sad to see him leave.
He took up managing a local Sunday team and AFC were impressed with his success. At the age of 30, Kevin still has the club close to his heart and jumped at the chance to return. Not only a player for AFC, Kevin has also helped with the clubs Junior Football Academy and he currently holds a Level One Coaching badge.
Kevin quoted " AFC Dunstable have always been my club and it seemed strange lining up for a different team last season. When Simon Bullard (AFC Chairman) approached me to come back to the club, it was a no brainer. With the team playing on the 3G pitch next season, it will suit the type of football I like playing and I have heard that AFC's Under 18's next season are going to be first class, so hopefully a few will break into my team"
The club wish Kevin all the best and are sure he will bring his bright coaching idea's to the team.