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Wayne Allison

WAYNE Allison was appointed first team manager in February 2017, reversing roles with former manager Dr Christian Edwards, who stepped down due to work commitments while remaining the club's director of football.

Allison enjoyed a highly successful playing career, scoring 173 goals from 752 appearances, followed by a distinguished academic career in which he gained a doctorate in Coaching, Sport and Exercise Science from Sheffield Hallam University.

After starting out as a trainee with Halifax Town, Allison went on to play for Watford, Bristol City, Swindon Town, Huddersfield Town, Tranmere, Sheffield United and Chesterfield. A Uefa Pro licence holder, he has coached at Chester City where he was assistant to former WPL player of the season Simon Davies, Bury, Tranmere and Bradford City and also worked as the coach inclusion and diversity manager for the English FA.

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21 August 2017

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