Club Records - Managers - Caretakers

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Paul Shrubb

Managerial Tenure: 13.1.95 to 25.1.95.
Only Game: v Berkhamsted Town (H), Isthmian League Division 1, 14.1.95.

Paul took charge of the team following the departure of Steve Wignall.

Andy Meyer

Born: 4.5.50, Guildford.
Managerial Tenure: 1.8.97 to 17.9.97.
First Game: v Chertsey Town (H), Isthmian Division 1, 16.8.97.
Last Game: v Wembley (H), Isthmian Division 1, 16.9.97.

Due to the timing of Steve Wigley’s departure, the Shots started the 1997-98 season with former reserve team manager Andy Meyer in the role of caretaker boss. Crowd favourite Mark Butler was his player-assistant, whilst leading British Army football figure Joe Roach (one of the most capped Army players of all time) was in charge of coaching.

Andy Meyer currently runs a lawn mowing/garden care franchise in New Zealand, whilst Joe Roach has since gone on to be reserve and youth team manager at AFC Bournemouth and has adopted the role of caretaker manager at Dean Court on more than one occasion.

Stuart Cash

Managerial Tenure: 1.2.02 to 23.3.02.
First Game: v Croydon (A), Isthmian League Premier Division, 2.2.02.
Last Game: v Sutton United (H), Isthmian League Premier Division, 23.3.02.

Stuart was in charge of team affairs when George Borg.

Martin Kuhl

Managerial Tenure: 28.3.07 to 16.5.07.
First Game: v Farnborough Town (H), Hampshire Senior Cup semi-final first leg, 29.3.07.
Last Game: v Fleet Town (at AFC Bournemouth), Hampshire Senior Cup final, 5.5.07.

Martin held the managerial reins after Terry Brown left.

Jason Dodd

Born: 2.11.70, Bath.
Managerial Tenure: 14.10.09 to 7.11.09.
First Game: v Bury (H), League 2, 17.10.09.
Last Game: v Bury (H), FA Cup first round, 7.11.09.

Jason was appointed as caretaker manager of Aldershot Town in mid-October 2009 (assisted by his ex-Southampton team-mate Paul Williams) following the resignation of Gary Waddock.

During his playing career, Jason was a right back, who started playing at Bath City. In March 1989, he made the move into the pro game by joining Southampton for a fee of £15,000, making his pro debut as a substitute against York City in a League Cup tie in the October. He went on to make 484 appearances for the Saints in all competitions as well as gaining eight England under-21 caps.

Jason left the Shots after four games to return to his spiritual home of Southampton, where he took on the role of academy development coach.

Picture Gallery

Paul Shrubb
Andy Meyer
Stuart Cash
Martin Kuhl
Jason Dodd

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