Marc McGregor – Weston Super Mare
During the summer the Seagulls of Weston Super Mare rang the changes with their Manager and brought in ex-player Marc McGregor. The 39-year-old is yet another young and exciting prospect who after ending his playing career settled into coaching and assistant roles before the Somerset club came calling.
Whilst he would readily admit it did not get off to the best of starts, he has kept to his beliefs and this is now paying dividends.
The club has gone unbeaten in the Vanarama National League South during the month with notable wins away against Chelmsford City and Braintree Town, plus a bonus win in the Buildbase FA Trophy also away to Welling United last Saturday.
Not only is the club climbing the table but Marc’s personal stock is rising likewise.
Joe Healy – Welling United
Midfielder Joe Healey is no stranger when it comes to scoring from long-range. After scoring several important goals throughout November for a Welling United side in improving form, the 30-year-old found the target from the halfway line to seal a point for Jamie Coyle’s side at top half of the table rivals Hemel Hempstead Town in a 2-2 draw.
With plenty of Vanarama National League experience under his belt already in his career, Healy would love to help guide Welling back into the fifth tier at the second attempt.