Date: 21st July 2009 at 5:00pm
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Former Fulham, Birmingham, Sheffield Utd and WBA striker Geoff Horsfield has today been officially appointed as our new Assistant Manager/Player.

Horsfield, 35, had retired from professional football last October after discovering that he had testicular cancer, however, after making a full recovery returned to the game, albeit with Lincoln City.

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This is a fantastic piece of news for Vale. Horsfield is a strong target man, and as Assistant Manager will hopefully whip Marc Richards into shape and develop our younger strikers – Steve Thompson, Danny Glover, James Lawrie and Louis Dodds.

Welcome to Vale Park Geoff!

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7 Replies to “All Hail Geoff Horsfield”

  • I was worried that it had gone a bit quiet on the assistant manager front! A great appointment, Geoff will sort out the dressing room and also gives us a wealth of experience.

  • I’m getting excited about the new season we’ve got the right management team and the makings of a decent squad. Happy days are just around the corner!

  • great appointment was supprised to see him on the pitch last night though but he has got get his fitness up somewhere , a big welcome to the hoss.

  • am pleased for the lad , we have just had him at lincoln for a season , nice chap , hope he does well with you .

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