York Move Fast To Lure In Worthing Boss Hinshelwood

York City have wasted little time in selecting their new manager - and have gone all the way to the south coast to find him.

The Minstermen parted with Neal Ardley on Monday afternoon and didn’t hang around when it came to find a replacement.

Worthing manager Adam Hinshelwood takes over following a success filled few years at the Rebels.

The club went into last weekend sitting second in the National League South table after suffering play-off heartache last season.

Hinshelwood has built a reputation as one of the best up-and-coming managers outside the EFL and now his aim is to keep York City in the division.

Brining with him Gary Elphick and Cameron Morrison to the LNER Community Stadium, the new management team get down to work this weekend in front of the club's fans against Wealdstone.

The Minstermen fired Ardley less than six months into the role. The 51-year-old, who signed a three-year deal back in September, won only 10 of his 34 games and leaves with York just a point above the bottom four.

Announcing their next move, the club said: "York City FC is delighted to announce the appointment of Adam Hinshelwood as the club’s new first team manager.

"The 40-year-old attack-minded manager joins the Minstermen on a long-term deal following over six-years at Worthing FC.

"Hinshelwood’s Worthing side have racked up over 269 league goals since the beginning of the 2021/22 campaign. He also brings two key major staff members with him."

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