Craig Hinchliffe has been a near-permanent member of Jackie McNamara’s backroom team since he became a player/coach at Partick Thistle in the 2010/11 season, and joined York City as goalkeeping coach in December 2015.
The former goalkeeper had a sterling 22-year playing career across several teams in Scotland, including eight years with Arbroath.
He brings a wealth of playing experience to his role with the Minstermen, and will look to continue the history of success with McNamara and Simon Donnelly at the helm.
The longest serving staff member at the Club by some distance, Jeff Miller is entering his 29th season as York City physio, and whilst the hair may have gone, the passion and commitment to the Minstermen has not altered!
Previously combining physio work in local non-league with other roles, Miller has been on the bench for the glorious times such as the 1993 League Two Play-Off Final, the 3-0 victory at Old Trafford and the double triumph of 2012, as well as the sad times such as the tragic death of David Longhurst on the pitch in 1990.
His ability to help players return from injury and back to fitness will be as vital as ever to City manager Jackie McNamara for the remainder of the season and beyond.