Former Coventry City loanee goalkeeper and Assistant Manager Tim Flowers has a new job.
Kenilworth born and Coventry City supporting Flowers is the assistant manager to Mark Yates at Solihull Moors who are struggling in the National League Premier Division.
Flowers, who won the Premier League with Blackburn Rovers, and is a widely respected goalkeeping coach as been the assistant manager at Queens Park Rangers, Hull City and Kidderminster Harriers and manager at Stafford Rangers.
Speaking about the size of his task at Solihull, Flowers said to the Moors club website; “19 games into the season and our position is tough. Nevertheless, we both have experience dealing with situations just like this and we need to instil confidence in the players.
“I have watched several of the matches and most have been “nip and tuck”. The games have been tight, but it requires a monumental effort to change things around.
“I know results have hurt everyone associated with the club, but we need to up our work ethic and provide even more discipline tactically.”
Meanwhile, former Coventry City youth team keeper Paul Bastock who set the World Record for the number of appearances on Saturday, has been invited to attend the BBC Sports Personality Of The Year on Sunday December 17th