Three-year deal for Barrow bosses

24 May 2010 01:50
Barrow's joint-managers Dave Bayliss and Darren Sheridan have signed new three-year deals at Holker Street.The deals are the reward for steering the club to a Wembley FA Trophy success over Stevenage and guaranteeing Blue Square Premier safety this season. [LNB]"We always wanted to stay," Bayliss told BBC Radio Cumbria. [LNB]"There were no negotiations - we met for an hour and liked the plans they laid out for the club and us as well. It's the start of something good." [LNB]Bayliss added: "The board have always made us feel good and everything we've asked for they've never queried.[LNB] [LNB][LNB] "We're really happy to be here." [LNB]Bayliss and Sheridan took charge of the club in November 2007 and have turned the club from struggling in the Blue Square North to a comfortable mid-table position in the Blue Square Premier. [LNB]Club director Tony Keen said: "It's probably the biggest signing we've made in the last 10 years. [LNB]"The success they've brought since they took over has been unprecedented in the history of the club." [LNB]The Bluebirds finished the 2009/10 season in 15th place in the top tier of non-league football.

Source: BBC_Sport