King’s Lynn Town announce backroom team appointments

PUBLISHED: 21:26 13 June 2018 | UPDATED: 21:26 13 June 2018

Robbie Back has returned to Kings Lynn Town after a short break Picture: Archant

Robbie Back has returned to Kings Lynn Town after a short break Picture: Archant


King’s Lynn Town have revealed their backroom staff for the new season.

Adam Seal has been confirmed as the club’s new reserve manager – he will be assisted by Jonathan Alflatt and Paul Faulkner.

Seal, a much-respected figure in footballing circles, was assistant to Robbie Back last season before taking over the reins in the last few weeks of the season, when he helped the team to four wins from their last six outings.

Neil Fryatt will continue as Under-18s boss after finishing fourth last season and promoting at least four players into the club’s reserve set-up.

Fryatt will again be assisted by Sean McQuaid.

Lynn will also field an A team next season which will ply its trade in the North West Norfolk League and also compete in the Junior Cup.

It will mainly be an Under-19 team, with the side being managed by Sean Mcquaid, who will be assisted by both Jamie and Dan Buhlemann.

Following a short break, former reserve team chief Back has also returned to the club as development manager.

His new role will see him oversee the Reserves, A team and Under-18s, and work closely with the senior management team of Simon Clark and Sam Gaughran.

Back, who has played an instrumental part behind the scenes in recent seasons, will also maintain the links between the club and the King’s Lynn Elite teams, which continue to produce players for the football club.

King’s Lynn Town chairman Stephen Cleeve said: “I’d like to thank all of the backroom staff for their support and hard work at the club.”

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