JIMMY DACK FACTFILE
Born: Roehampton, 1972 (age 42 Playing Career: A midfielder, Dack was on the books at Brentford but left the club without making an appearance and, following a brief spell at Epsom & Ewell, joined Conference side Sutton United in 1990. Relegated in his first season, Dack stuck around to secure finishes of third and fifth in the Ryman Premier, leaving to play for Crawley and Carshalton before returning to Sutton. After a season at Aldershot, Dack joined Sutton for a third time in 1999 and won the Isthmian League title as a player – a feat he would repeat in 2000-01 at Farnborough. He retired in 2003 after stints at Crawley, Tooting & Mitcham and Carshalton. Managerial Career: Assistant to Justin Edinburgh at Fisher Athletic in 2006, Dack followed the former Spurs man to Grays Athletic in 2007-08. He then had a spell as caretaker-manager of Sutton before coaching posts at Welling and Woking. Dack rejoined Edinburgh at Newport County in 2011 and the pair led the Exiles from Conference South to League Two. When Edinburgh joined Gillingham in February 2015, Dack took the reins.