Former York City forward named Burscough’s new manager

Brodie made two appearances for York and made 152 appearances overall.

He started at City in 2007 and played for the Minstermen until 2010, where he made 135 appearances and scored 53 goals.

Brodie was involved in five seasons in his first tenure, including a loan move to Barrow, and helped keep the club in the Conference Premier.

He also helped the Minstermen reach the final of the Isuzu FA Trophy before finishing runners-up after a 2-0 loss to Stevenage in 2009.

During the 35-year-old’s second spell at York, he was part of the City squad relegated to the Vanarama National League North and also played for Boston United and Macclesfield Town in the same season.

It is Brodie’s second managerial role, having originally worked as first-team coach for Ashton Athletic and manager for Skelmersdale United.

Burscough said on social media: “Burscough FC is delighted to announce that Richard Brodie has been appointed as our new first team manager for the 2023/24 season.”

“The club received an unprecedented number of quality applicants for the position, showing the appeal and ambition of Buscough FC.”

“Richard will begin work immediately and now set about assembling a competitive squad for an exciting series of preseason games and the upcoming season.”

“Good luck, Richard and COYG!”. Former York City forward named Burscough’s new manager

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