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Brian Godfrey - Manager

D.O.B. - 01/05/1940 Flint, Wales
D.O.D. - 11/02/2010 Lefkos (f. Nicosia) Turkish North Cyprus

Debut :

Last Game :

Rumours of his sacking were abound at the County Cup game against Stroud on Bonfire night, 1991. They were confirmed in the press the next day.

The decision to relieve him of his duties were made at a board meeting after he'd failed to make the necessary cuts to the team that he'd worked hard to build over the previous season. Chairman George Irvine had suggested that the club were paying four times as much as most of the other teams in the league and Godfery's reluctance to cut back on expenditure proved his downfall.

It was the first time that Godfrey had been sacked as a manager.

In August 2004, with Godfrey now retired and living in Cyprus he was awarded a testimonial against Aston Villa. The Premiership side only saw fit to send their reserves whilst Brian remained on the Mediterranean isle as the professionals beat Chris Burns' Tigers 0-3.

International Record : Wales (3), Wales U23 (1)

 Brian Godfrey

Wrexham, Chester City, Tranmere Rovers, Flint Alexandra, Everton (1-0), Scunthorpe United (87-24), Preston North End (127-52), Aston Villa (143-22), Bristol Rovers (81-16), Newport County (118-14), Portland Timbers (USA), Bath City, Clevedon Town, Gloucester City

Appearances & Goals:

Season Apps Subs Goals
 1987/88     -      -      -  
 1988/89     -      -      -  
 1989/90     -      -      -  
Total    -      -      -  

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Page last updated : 18th January 2013

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