Haule reshuffle is family affair

6 months ago By David Watters

Aylesbury manager Davis Haule has been overhauling his touchline team for the upcoming 2017-18 EVO-STIK League South season.

Haule - who returned to The SRD Stadium in January as the successor to joint managers Danny Gordon and Gareth Risbridger before guiding the Moles to safety - named his brother Brian as player-assistant manager on Monday along with three other familiar faces.

After a year away turning out for Risborough Rangers in the Spartan South Midlands League Division One, former head coach Fraser McLachlan is back in his old post. Formerly with Oxford United and Amersham Town, the UEFA A licensed coach will be working alongside Ryan Wiffin who returned last season as a coach after playing for the Moles in the early 2000s.

With a wealth of knowledge in local football both as a player and manager, Ryan Collings will be no stranger to Moles fans either as the fourth member of former Peterborough United, Birmingham City and Wimbledon midfielder Haule's staff when the new EVO-STIK League South East campaign kicks off on Saturday 12 August.

Images courtesy of Aylesbury FC/Pitchero

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