Bloor Wings His Way Into Welling After Sports Split

Danny Bloor has made an immediate return to management after leaving Eastbourne Borough and is looking to make up for lost time.

He is the new Welling United manager as the Kent club’s search for a new boss is over a week after Warren Feeney’s resignation.

Bloor, who guided the Sports to an eighth place finish last season and a play-off spot the year before, says he is thrilled to return to the National League South so quickly.

He called on the area to really get behind their club this season - and promised a hard-working team in return.

Bloor told the club’s website: “I’m absolutely delighted to be here and I’m already looking forward to that first pre-season friendly.

“The thing I can emphasise is that players have to run, they have to work, they have to be proud to wear the shirt and that won’t be any different here at Welling United.

“I want the people of Welling to come and get behind us. I can’t guarantee we’ll win every game, that’s a fact in football, but I can guarantee they will have a side that will work hard and give everything for the cause.”

The 53-year-old arrives at Park View Road after being the “stand-out” candidate in the Wings’ interview process.

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