Gurney rewarded with contract

SEAGULLS boss Andy Gurney has been rewarded with a two-year deal after guiding Weston away from the relegation zone.

SEAGULLS boss Andy Gurney has been rewarded with a two-year deal after guiding Weston away from the relegation zone.

The 34-year-old had been in charge at the Woodspring Stadium on a non-contract basis, but chairman Paul Bliss has handed him a formal position.

Gurney said he was happy with the arrangement and is confident the side progress over the next two seasons.

He said: "I'm pleased with how it's gone so far and it's nice to get everything going forward.


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"We've got a lot better over the pat few months and I've enjoyed it.

"Next season we will look to sustain our position in the league and build a bit, but the year after it looks as though there will be opportunities to really push on."

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Under the new agreement, the former Bristol Rovers player will continue with the part-time arrangement of training on Tuesdays and Thursdays, while managing the side on Saturdays.

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