Jun 29 2011 By Chris Slavin
HARROW Borough have announced the appointment of Dave Anderson as their new manager.
Former Northwood and AFC Wimbledon boss Anderson was named as boss after a board meeting last night at Earlsmead that rubber-stamped his appointment as successor to David Howell, who quit recently to join St Albans.
The 49-year-old brings a wealth of experience to the role as he has been a coach for over 25 years and he is familiar to the club having served as assistant manager at Borough three times.
Borough chairman, Peter Rogers, said: "We understand that initially we need to steady the ship after the unexpected departure of our previous management team. But we are confident that under Dave’s charge the Club will be able to push towards the upper echelons of the Division with the aim of once again becoming realistic play-off contenders”.
Anderson has served as assistant manager to Steve Bateman at Slough Town since quitting as Northwood boss 14 months ago due budget cuts at the club.