The former Ashington striker became a firm favourite at the Daren Persson Stadium during an eight-year stay with Robins and played a key role in one of the most successful periods in the club’s history.
The North West Counties League Premier Division club have teamed up with Mind, Body & Sole, a company co-founded by Bears fan Adam Gosney, who has battled his own demons over the years and now dedicates his time to helping others.
The vastly experienced Hessenthaler, 55, already produced one rescue mission when he returned for his second spell in charge three years ago with Dover marooned at the bottom with seven points from 15 games.
SOUTHERN Combination Premier Division club Alford have appointed former Crystal Palace and Wimbledon youth team player Glynn Stephens as their new manager – and announced a merger with grassroots club Galaxy.
Formed in 2014 by current chairman Kevin Oakes and a group of friends as a Sunday club, they entered Saturday football two years later and began climbing the pyramid from the Kent Country League’s Division Three West.
Alexander, 41, was on the books of a number of clubs including West Ham United, Exeter City, Swindon Town, Hull City and Burton Albion, and also had a spell as caretaker manager of Crawley Town alongside Martin Hinshelwood.
Mendes Gomes’s penalty in extra time sent the Shrimps into League One for the first time, and was a crowning moment for a player whose first experience of English football came in Step 5 of the Non-League pyramid.
Appointed as team boss at the age of 28 three years ago, Williams helped the Shrewsbury Sports Village side to promotion to their current league, but has now relinquished the post due to personal reasons.