Nicky Shorey leaves Stevenage with praise ringing in his ears after new boss Dino Maamria reorganises backroom staff

PUBLISHED: 12:09 16 May 2018 | UPDATED: 12:09 16 May 2018

Nicky Shorey has left Stevenage. Pictured with former manager Darren Sarll during the game against Carlisle United FC. Picture: Danny Loo

Nicky Shorey has left Stevenage. Pictured with former manager Darren Sarll during the game against Carlisle United FC. Picture: Danny Loo

Danny Loo Photography 2017

Former England international Nicky Shorey has left Stevenage as part of new manager Dino Maamria’s reorganisation of his backroom staff.

The 37 year old UEFA A license coach brought top level experience to Boro’s training ground as part of former boss Darren Sarll’s team.

Boro Chairman Phil Wallace praised the former Reading and England left back, who once played for the Three Lions against Brazil at Wembley as well as the Royals in the Premier League.

The Broadhall Way supremo said: “Nicky was brilliant for us. It was his first coaching job but he slotted in right away and his playing experience brought credibility to our recruitment and coaching.

“Most new managers like to bring in their own backroom staff – but we’d like to thank Nicky for his commitment and dedication while he was with us and wish him well for the future.”

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