Moors Grab Graeme For Another Year As Boss Lee Stays Put

Graeme Lee will be spearheading Spennymoor Town’s promotion charge next season after he agreed a new deal.

He will be staying at the National League North club after an impressive 2024 which saw them recover from a poor first half of the campaign to join the hunt for the top seven.

They missed out on the play-offs by a point and the powers that be saw enough to know the team is in very good hands.

Lee spoke of his pride as he followed in the footsteps of his late father Tony who managed Moors in the early-2000s.

Earning 13 wins in their last 18 games of the season, Lee claimed back-to-back Manager of the Month awards in February and March.

The club were quick to get him to commit and Managing Director Ian Geldard is excited for the future.

“We’re absolutely thrilled that Graeme and his management team will remain in charge into the new season,” he said on the club’s website.

“It became very clear very quickly that Graeme is a perfect fit for this football club and the results he achieved last season in such a short space of time were nothing short of incredible.

“His team gave us so many fantastic moments during the last few months of last season and he’s got everyone believing that the future can be very bright.

“Our job now is to make sure he has got all the tools he needs to build on that momentum created and continue the excellent progress we’ve seen during his time in charge so far.”

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