Skipper Adam Murray was appointed as caretaker manger on Friday 21 November 2014, following the departure of previous manager Paul Cox.
Dynamic and determined in every battle he undertakes, Murray has led a distinguished career in which he has become undoubtedly one of the most well-respected professional footballers around.
The 32-year-old played a key role as our team won the Conference Premier title in the 2012/13 campaign, and Murray has also tasted success at non-league level with both Carlisle United and Oxford United.
Tenacious and combative in his central midfield position, Murray boasts a wealth of experience and knowledge, and began his career at Derby County, during their days in the Premier League.
Our assistant-manager, who is approaching 500 career appearances, is currently in his third stint at One Call Stadium, following previous spells with us in the 2001/02 and 2004/05 campaigns respectively.
Murray, who was an England youth international earlier in his career, has also represented Kidderminster Harriers, Torquay United, Macclesfield Town and Luton Town, amongst others, at club level.
The hard-working midfielder made his 500th career appearance in our 1-0 victory over Exeter City at St James' Park in January 2014.
First Team Coach
Richard Cooper arrived at One Call Stadium in June 2012 following a six-and-a-half year spell with Eastwood Town.
Cooper, a former England youth international who played in the same team as Michael Owen, was promoted to assistant-manager during his time alongside our former boss, Paul Cox, at Coronation Park.
During his playing days, Cooper was a tough-tackling and tenacious central midfielder, who graduated from Nottingham Forest's academy and went on to make 100 appearances for York City.
After leaving the Minstermen in June 2004, Cooper had a short spell at Alfreton Town, before he chose to join local rivals Eastwood Town midway through the 2005/06 campaign.
The 34-year-old went on to enjoy glittering success at Coronation Park. Cooper was a key figure as the Badgers soared up the non-league pyramid to reach the Conference North. He was appointed assistant-manager at Coronation Park in 2010.
First Team Coach
Micky Moore returned to One Call Stadium in the capacity of First Team Coach in November 2013, following a spell as assistant-boss at Nuneaton Town.
The 40-year-old, who served as assistant-manager during his first spell with us in the 2011/12 campaign, boasts a wealth of experience, knowledge and contacts within the professional game.
Moore boasts managerial experience with Stratford Town and Solihull Moors – whom he led to their most successful ever season in 2010/11.
During his playing days, Moore appeared for Derby County, Swansea City, Redditch and Telford United, but was forced to retire at 29 through injury.
As a result, he passed his UEFA ‘A’ coaching license, and went on to enjoy success at Damson Park, guiding Solihull to a seventh-place finish in the Conference North with an 18-match unbeaten streak in the latter stages of the campaign.
John Ramshaw was appointed as Academy Director in June 2013.
The experienced boss boasts a wealth of experience in football, with Nottingham Forest, Hucknall Town and Eastwood Town amongst his former employers.
In our youngsters' first season under Ramshaw's stewardship, they fought off tough competition to win the H-K-L North Midlands League and also finished as runners-up in the FCYA (Midland Division).
Chris Bowman was promoted to first team physiotherapist in March 2014, when previous incumbent Simon Murphy joined Leicester City.
The University of Nottingham graduate initially arrived at One Call Stadium seven months earlier to work with our academy and youth teams.
During a busy week, Bowman, who hails from the North-West, is charged with developing rehabilitation programmes and administering treatment to all our injured players.
As part of his three-year BSC Physiotherapy degree at university, Bowman gained invaluable experience in his field by spending time at a trio of top clubs including Aston Villa, Everton and Reading.
Our physio was also actively involved in the university’s students union, where he was elected as a director of the charity ‘Karnival’ and raised over £1,300,000 through various fundraising initiatives.
In his teenage years, Bowman spent two years in Preston North End’s academy set-up, and later appeared for Ramsbottom United.