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Matt Gray and Jason Goodliffe sign new deals at Sutton United

Posted: 07/04/2021

We are delighted to announce that Manager, Matt Gray, and his Assistant, Jason Goodliffe, have both signed new contract extensions at Sutton United.

Club Chairman, Bruce Elliott, enthused: “ We often remarked how taking over from Paul Doswell after eleven years of progress at this club was going to be one of the hardest jobs in Non-League football. After several years’ experience as an Assistant Manager at EFL and National League clubs, we are Matt’s first club as a “number one” and we could not be more thrilled with the job he has done in his first two seasons in the role. He understands what Sutton United is all about, has an extraordinary knowledge of the game and a tremendous work ethic; his superb squad of players and his partnership with Jason and the rest of his Management team have brought results and a brand of football which we can all be very proud of. Long may it continue!”

Matt was equally happy to commit himself to the club: “ I couldn’t be happier at Sutton United. This is a special Football Club full of excellent people. It is a real pleasure working closely with Bruce, AB, Tim and every Board Director and club official, whose hard work and passion for the club is there for all to see, and the togetherness and connection with our fabulous supporters is just terrific. We know they are kicking every ball at home right now and can’t wait to share this journey in person with them all once more. Everyone involved just wants the very best for the club and these are exciting times to be associated with Sutton United. Jason and I are very grateful for the opportunity this club gave to us; we obviously have our targets and ambitions and nothing would make us prouder than to realise those ambitions with Sutton United”

Picture: Matt and Jason sign their new contracts flanked by club secretary Tim Allison (left) and chairman Bruce Elliott (right).