Harrow Borough Football Club has announced the appointment of Jordan Berry as its new First Team Manager.
The 29-year-old former midfielder enjoyed a successful playing career with clubs such as Plymouth Argyle, Chipstead, and Egham Town, before transitioning to coaching and management.
Jordan’s coaching career began as an Academy coach at Watford, after which he went on to become the Youth Team Manager at Uxbridge, Assistant Manager at Northwood, and Coach at Southall.
He then became the Manager at Egham Town, where he led the Step 5 Surrey club to second place in their division last season.
Jordan’s appointment at Harrow Borough comes as a result of his impressive track record and his expertise in football coaching. Speaking about his appointment, Jordan expressed his delight at returning to the club where he made 44 first-team appearances between 2013 and 2014.
“I’m delighted to return to Harrow Borough and can’t wait to get started. I’m optimistic about next season and am aiming for a swift return to step 3 football,” Jordan said.
Harrow Borough Chairman Peter Rogers noted that the club’s Interviewing Sub-Committee was impressed with Jordan’s ability and expertise in football coaching. He also added that Jordan was highly rated and that his successful season with his previous club put him in pole position for the role.
Jordan’s appointment has been welcomed by the Harrow Borough fans who are eagerly awaiting the new season under his leadership. Outside of football, Jordan is a primary school P.E teacher in Hayes, and has a partner and a one-year-old son.