JIMMY DACK FACT­FILE

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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.

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