Goodliffe joins Boro’s coaching staff

Jason Goodliffe during his spell as a Stevenage player (2002). Photo: Comet library

Jason Goodliffe during his spell as a Stevenage player (2002). Photo: Comet library - Credit: Archant

Former player made more than 150 appearances for the club in early 2000s

JASON Goodliffe has returned to Stevenage to join the club’s coaching staff.

Goodliffe, a former player at Boro, joins from Harrow Borough where he was the Isthmian League club’s assistant manager.

Goodliffe made more than 150 appearances for Stevenage after joining in 2001 and played under current boss Graham Westley during the manager’s first spell in charge at the club.

Speaking to the Harrow Borough website, Goodliffe said: “I am sorry to be leaving Harrow Borough after just two seasons and with the job just beginning to reach fruition but the offer to team up with my old club, Stevenage, and old friend Graham Westley was just too tempting – it is an opportunity that I just could not turn down.”


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