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    Newark Town appoint ex-Mansfield, Lincoln, Grimsby, Cambridge player as manager

    Newark Town have chosen to appoint an ex-Mansfield, Lincoln, Grimsby, Cambridge player as their new manager ahead of the 2021/22 season.

    The non league side confirmed 33-year-old Nathan Arnold, who has had previous management experience with Melton Town and Bourne Town as well as a management role at Boston United.

    Now he will further enhance his managerial experience with the ambitious Central Midlands League North Division club.

    His ambitious appointment is being supported by Newark-based company, Gusto Group, which gives Arnold the opportunity to focus on further developing a squad successfully built by outgoing manager, Luke Parsons and assistant manager, Tony Joynes, whose promotion ambitions were stopped by Covid.

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    Gusto Group Chairman, Steff Wright, added: “I am thrilled to be in a position to help Newark Town develop its first team ambitions.

    “Having been connected to the club for many years, from sponsoring the team to working alongside past and present individuals and businesses, these are exciting times ahead. It’s fantastic to be a part of the journey.

    “With the final stages of building work at our home ground at the YMCA Sports Village, taking shape, this is the perfect time for our supporters and the local community as a whole, to get behind the lads.

    “During our 10 years as chairman and CEO respectively at Lincoln City, I, alongside club secretary Dave Roberts, will be wholeheartedly supporting Nathan to deliver success for this great club.”

    “With the final stages of building work at our home ground at the YMCA Sports Village, taking shape, this is the perfect time for our supporters and the local community as a whole, to get behind the lads.

    “During our 10 years as chairman and CEO respectively at Lincoln City, I, alongside club secretary Dave Roberts, will be wholeheartedly supporting Nathan to deliver success for this great club.”

    Arnold came through the youth system at Mansfield Town and between 2005 and 2009 played a total of 113 times for the Stags, scoring 14 goals, used as a winger, an attacking midfielder and as a striker.

    After a spell at Hyde United he went on to have three successful seasons at Alfreton Town, including a promotion to the National League in his first campaign, before returning to the EFL to play for Cambridge United, Grimsby Town and Lincoln City – mainly in League Two.

    In June 2018, he joined Boston United on a one-year contract, which also included management but left the club by mutual consent after four months.

    After having a six month break from football, he played three games for Altrincham, then joined Bourne Town in August 2020 as joint player manager alongside Simon Dawes.

    However the team only played nine games before the season was abandoned due to Covid-19 and he left them back in May.

    ARNOLD’S CAREER STATS:

    Senior career
    2005–2009 – Mansfield Town – 104 games (13 goals)
    2009–2010 – Hyde United – 35 games (9 goals)
    2010–2013 – Alfreton Town – 109 games (23 goals)
    2013–2015 – Cambridge United – 35 games (3 goals)
    2014–2015 → Grimsby Town (loan) – 35 games (6 goals)
    2015–2016 – Grimsby Town – 40 games (8 goals)
    2016–2018 – Lincoln City – 65 games (12 goals)
    2018 – Boston United – 8 games (3 goals)
    2019 – Altrincham – 3 games (0 goals)
    2020 – Bourne Town – 7 games (1 goal)

    National team
    2008 – England C – 1 game (0 goals)

    Teams managed
    2020-2021 – Bourne Town
    2021 – Newark Town

    NEWARK LEAGUE HISTORY:

    1892–96 – Midland League
    1899–1909 – Midland League
    1925–33 – Midland League
    1936–40 – Midland League
    1997–2003 – Notts Alliance Division Two
    2003–04 – Notts Alliance Division One
    2004–08 – Central Midlands League Premier Division
    2008–11 – Central Midlands League Supreme Division
    2011–13 – Central Midlands League South Division
    2013–present – Central Midlands League North Division

    RECORDS

    FA Cup – Second round in 1930–31
    FA Vase – First round in 2005–06 and 2008–09

    Fans reacted after seeing Newark Town appoint the ex-Mansfield, Lincoln, Grimsby, Cambridge player as manager…

    @CantrillNathan: Great appointment 👏👏👏 All the best Nath

    @DanieI98: Great appointment. What a fantastic human you have there!! ❤

    @joesturner: Good luck @nathananthony10 Top man.

    @southwellcityfc: Wowsers 💥

    @JCurrall: All the best @nathananthony10 some good people over there, hey @TonyJoynes2

    @Esam26Esam: Good luck to Nathan Arnold @NewarkTownFC theirs a lot of talented young footballers in the Newark area & I’m sure you’re the right man to nurture that talent



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