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Steve Morison appointed as new manager

6 January 2024

Club News

Steve Morison appointed as new manager

6 January 2024

Sutton United have appointed Steve Morison as manager to replace Matt Gray, who left the club in December.

Steve has most recently been manager of Isthmian League Hornchurch, and leaves the Essex club seven points clear at the top of the Premier Division. He previously spent just under a year as manager of Championship side Cardiff City, steering them clear of the relegation zone on the 2021-22 season, having previously been Head Coach of their Under 23s.

Steve's playing career as a striker saw him make nearly 700 senior appearances, half of which were for Millwall in three spells, and score nearly 250 goals. He also played for Northampton Town, Bishop's Stortford, Stevenage, for whom he scored the winner in the 2007 FA Trophy final, Norwich City, Leeds United and Shrewsbury Town. He was capped 20 times by Wales.

We offer Steve a warm welcome and our best wishes for his time as Sutton United manager. We would also like to thank Jason Goodliffe for taking interim charge of the team in the five games since Matt's departure.


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