12:00 20 September 2016
By Stevenage FC
Darren Sarll - First Team Manager
Darren Sarll was confirmed as First Team Manager in May 2016 after a successful spell as caretaker manager.
The 33-year old took temporary charge of the first team in February 2016 and secured Stevenage's Football League status with improved form, including a run of one defeat from the final nine games of the season.
Darren has held the UEFA 'A' Licence badges for over 10 years and was promoted to First Team Coach in summer 2015. Prior to this he spent three years as Head of Youth at Stevenage, overseeing the transformation of the youth structure and guiding the Under-18s to their best ever league and cup performances whilst seeing a number of scholars handed professional contracts.
Now in his second spell at the club, Darren has also worked at Brentford and Rotherham United.
Glenn Roeder - Managerial Advisor
Glenn Roeder was appointed Managerial Advisor in March 2016.
Initially Glenn was appointed to assist Darren Sarll until the end of the 15/16 season but it was confirmed in May 2016 that he would continue in this role for the 2016/17 campaign.
The 60-year old has had a distinguished career in football both as a player and as a manager. After a successful playing career with the likes of Leyton Orient, QPR and Newcastle United, Roeder moved into management with Gillingham before taking over at Watford. Spells in the Premier League with West Ham and Newcastle United followed before leading Norwich City. Most recently, Roeder has been an advisor at Sheffield Wednesday.
Craig Smith - Head of Sports Science
Craig Smith joined Stevenage as Head of Sports Science in June 2016.
Craig joined the club to provide strength and conditioning services along with a particular focus on physical performance enhancement, injury prevention and rehabilitation.
He has previously worked at Leyton Orient, Northampton, West Ham and the Charlton Athletic Academy.
Chris Day signed for Stevenage FC in August 2008 and has since made over 300 appearances for the club.
The former Tottenham, Crystal Palace, Watford, Millwall and England Under-21 goalkeeper arrived at Stevenage in August 2008 and proved instrumental in the team staying unbeaten for 24 games between December and August, a run that propelled Boro into the playoffs. After helping Stevenage to win the FA Trophy at Wembley Stadium in 2009, he was then part of a defence that held the finest record in the league with successive promotions from the Conference and League Two.
He remained a constant between the sticks as Boro reached the League 1 playoffs in 2012 and has since made a further 137 appearances, helping Boro to reach the League 2 playoffs in 2015.
In May 2016 Chris signed a new player-coach contract which saw the veteran ‘keeper continue as goalkeeper coach under Darren Sarll.
Jorden Gibson - Coach