Shrewsbury Town re-appoint former manager Graham Turner
Turner was initally appointed as the Shrews' player-manager in 1978
Shrewsbury Town have appointed Graham Turner as their new manager, his second spell in charge of the League Two club.
The 62-year-old, who recently sold his share in Hereford United, last took charge of Shrews in 1978, leading them to promotion in his first season.
He also managed Hereford, taking over in 1995 and resumed control of first-team affairs following the departure of John Trewick in March.
Turner also had spells in charge of Aston Villa and Wolves.
His most notable success arguably came at Wolves, where he was appointed manager in 1986, as he took the Black Country side up two divisions from English football's fourth tier during a seven-year spell.
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