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Gould appointed Weymouth manager

Bobby Gould
Bobby Gould had not managed a club since Cheltenham in 2003

Former Wales boss Bobby Gould has been appointed as Weymouth's new manager.

The 62-year-old has not had a managerial role since leaving Cheltenham in 2003 and replaces Alan Lewer who was sacked on Saturday.

Weymouth are currently in the Blue Square Premier relegation zone following Saturday's 1-0 defeat by already-relegated Lewes.

The Terras have lost 11 games in a row and have five games left to ensure their survival.

Gould, who managed Wimbledon's 1988 FA Cup-winning side, has also managed Bristol Rovers, West Bromwich Albion, Coventry and Cardiff and had a spell on the coaching staff at Peterborough before leaving in 2004.

606: DEBATE

He was appointed as Wales manager in 1995 but quit four years later after their Euro 2000 qualification campaign began badly.

Weymouth suffered a cash crisis earlier this season which caused many established players to walk out over unpaid wages.

The run of 11 defeats included a 9-0 home thrashing by Rushden & Diamonds as the Terras were forced to field a virtual youth team.

Former chairman Ian Ridley returned to the club in March as part of a new consortium which took over the club - but admitted that the Wessex Stadium outfit were likely to go part-time next season.

Former Forest Green Rovers manager Lewer had been in charge of team affairs since John Hollins was sacked in November.



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see also
Weymouth v Forest Green
12 Apr 09 |  Non League
Relegation may be helpful - Lewer
30 Mar 09 |  Weymouth
Weymouth look set to go part-time
19 Mar 09 |  Weymouth
Terras back on brink after U-turn
11 Mar 09 |  Weymouth
Gould leaves post at Posh
29 Sep 04 |  Peterborough
Gould quits Cheltenham
19 Oct 03 |  Cheltenham
Gould leaves Cardiff
02 Jul 01 |  Cardiff City
Gould goes after Welsh defeat
06 Jun 99 |  Football


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