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Ian Herring


Ian "Spud" Herring joined the club from Hungerford Town mid-way through the 2014-15 season and quickly established himself as a fans favourite with his no-nonsense approach to play.

He left the club and re-joined Hungerford Town a few matches into the 2015-16.

Wikipedia page:

Ian Herring (born 14 February 1984) is an English footballer and manager, who plays as a midfielder. He is currently player/manager of Hungerford Town.


Herring made his debut for Swindon Town on 20 April 2002, at home to Wycombe Wanderers in the 1–1 draw coming on as a substitute in the 89th minute replacing Paul McAreavey in the last game of the 2001–02 season.

He joined Salisbury City from Chippenham Town in August 2007 to pursue full-time football.In 2009, he was released by Salisbury City who he spent three-years as a player at the club. In July, Herring joined Conference North team Northwich Victoria. Herring left Northwich at the end of the season.

Herring signed for Conference National side Forest Green Rovers in June 2010.

In February 2011 Swindon Town manager Danny Wilson expressed an interest in taking Herring back to his home club after some impressive performances at the heart of midfield for Forest Green Rovers.

Herring joined Conference South side Eastleigh on loan for a month in February 2011, playing in 5 league matches. The move was then made permanent in March. Herring finished the season with 13 league appearances in total.

On 27 January 2012, following several new signings at Eastleigh, Herring joined previous club Chippenham Town on a month's loan.

Herring left Eastleigh at the end of the season and in July 2012 it was announced he had signed for Southern League South & West Division side Hungerford Town. In September 2017 he was appointed joint player/manager alongside Jon Boardman.

Debut: Biggleswade Town (H) - 29/11/14
First Goal: Hungerford Town (H) - 18/04/15
  Season      Apps       Subs      Goals  
2014-15 24 1 1
2015-16 9 1 1
Totals 33 1 1
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