Ex-Tottenham Hotspur defender named Aylesbury United boss

AFC Aldermaston boss Dave Tuttle. Photo: Andrew Batt.
AFC Aldermaston boss Dave Tuttle. Photo: Andrew Batt.

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Former Tottenham Hotspur defender and Millwall boss Dave Tuttle has been named permanent manager of Southern League Central Division side Aylesbury United.

A centre-back during his playing days, Tuttle made 13 appearances for Spurs before spells with Sheffield United and Crystal Palace.

As a manager, he was briefly Millwall boss in EFL League One at the end of the 2005/06 season and caretaker boss at Swindon Town before taking over at Bracknell Town.

Subsequently, he had a successful spell in charge at Henley Town where his side won promotion from the Uhlsport Hellenic League Division One East. Most recently he had been in charge of West Berkshire side AFC Aldermaston.

A statement on the Ducks website where he had been caretaker manager since January, said: “We’re pleased to confirm that following the conclusion of the season, Dave Tuttle has accepted the role as the club’s permanent manager.

“The team won six, drew four and lost five of the 15 games since Tuttle took over at the end of January, earning 22 points and retaining the club’s step four status for another season.”

Read more: David Tuttle remembers a defining moment at Tottenham Hotspur

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