Lincoln City are delighted to welcome Steve Croudson as the club’s new First Team Goalkeeper Coach.
The 39-year-old joins Michael Appleton’s coaching team from Hull City, following a five-year spell as the Tigers’ Head of Academy Goalkeeping.
A former professional footballer for the likes of Scunthorpe United, Grimsby Town and Stevenage, Croudson’s playing career came to an end at 24 following a recurring injury.
Croudson started coaching at Grimsby Town in 2005, before leaving for his role at Hull City in 2014.
The Imps boss is pleased with the recruit of Croudson, who he says came highly recommended following the departure of Andy Warrington.