Steve Evans Manager (98-02) Appointed manager in October 98, following the resignation of Greg Fee. Previously manager of Dr. Martens Midland Division side Stamford AFC, where he enjoyed huge success, bringing them the United Counties League Title in both 96/7 and 97/8 and promotion to the Dr. Martens League. Hailing from Scotland, he began his playing career with Bolton Wanderers, but he soon moved back north of the border to play for Clyde, Ayr United and then St. Johnstone. He was forced to give up playing football at the age of twenty eight, by a cruciate knee-ligament injury. His dramatic impact on United's fortunes in transforming them from relegation candidates to title challengers and ultimately the runners-up spot in his first season, then the league title in his second season, made him a cult hero with the fans on the terraces. He then went on to take Boston United to the Conference title and subsequent promotion to the Football League. He resigned in September 2002 after being suspended by the club after charges of contractual irregularities were brought against him by the FA. Born 30/10/1962 in Glasgow.
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