Boss Moore Knows Beach Boys Can Emulate Braintree

New Concord Rangers boss Sammy Moore wants his side to follow in the footsteps of fellow Essex club Braintree Town.

The Iron bounced back up to the National League at the first attempt after beating Hampton & Richmond Borough in the National League South Promotion Final.

Brad Quinton enjoyed a fantastic first season in management at Step 2 after making the step up from the Bostik League and now Moore is hoping to do the same.

The ex-Leatherhead manager has already made a number of impressive signings, including former Charlton man Danny Green and long-serving Dartford winger Ryan Hayes. And Moore is aiming high for his first season with the Beach Boys.

“I want to get promoted and hit the play-offs,” said Moore. “You should have that attitude and I want everyone at the club to have it too.

“Look at Braintree Town. They had a new manager last year and had a lot of Isthmian Premier League players, which shows what can be done.

“That is no different to what I want to do. We need to strengthen in a few more areas, but it is an exciting time to be a Concord fan.

“We are building a competitive team and one the people of Canvey are proud to come and watch. There is more to be done before the boys return on June 26.”

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