Liam Daish named new Nuneaton Town boss

Manager of Ebbsfleet United football team Liam Daish is pictured at Bluewater, Kent, in south-east England, on February 19, 2008
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Conference Premier side Nuneaton name former Republic of Ireland defender Liam Daish as the club's new manager.

Former Republic of Ireland defender Liam Daish has been named as the new manager of Conference Premier outfit Nuneaton Town.

The 45-year-old, who has previously managed Havant & Waterlooville and Ebbsfleet United, has replaced Brian Reid, who parted company with The Boro earlier this month.

Daish told the club's official website: "Nuneaton has always been a decent non-league team with a decent non-league reputation, and the timing of the job coming in, as well as the location, felt right for me.

"I have been very impressed by talking to the chairman and the chief executive and it feels like a good, honest club that wants to progress."

The former Birmingham City defender's first game in charge of Nuneaton, who are currently in the relegation zone, will be at home to Dartford on Saturday afternoon.

A general view of play during the FA Cup First Round Replay match between Nuneaton Town and Luton Town at the Triton Showers Community Arena on November 13, 2012
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