Graham Drury

Graham Drury (born 20 April 1971) is an English football manager currently in charge of Boston United.
Playing career
Graham was a reserve team player at Grantham under Martin O’Neill and also played for Harrowby United and Bourne Town.
Managerial career
Harrowby United
He began his managerial career with United Counties League side Harrowby United where he stayed for seven years, winning an impressive 16 trophies. He also led Bottesford to promotion in the Notts Alliance before having a successful four-year stint with Harrowby United in the United Counties League. During his time with the Arrows he steered them into the Premier Division for the first time in their history.
Graham was appointed manager of Stamford in May 2005 and he brought instant success. The Daniels reached the 2005-06 Southern Football League promotion play-offs, and after defeating Barking & East Ham United 3-2 in the semi-finals, they beat Wivenhoe Town 2-1 in the final to earn promotion to the Southern League Premier Division.
The following season Stamford finished eighth in the Premier Division and won the Senior Shield at Lincoln City’s Sincil Bank Stadium beating Brigg Town in the final.
The following season the club was switched to the Unibond League throwing Drury's team building plans into disarray. After a difficult start Stamford got to grips with their new surroundings. They were ninth in the table when Graham and his assistant Paul Holden switched to Corby Town in January 2008.
Corby Town
Following his arrival he lifted the Steelmen out of the Southern Football League relegation zone in 2007/08. Just one season later Drury had rebuilt the entire squad and led Corby to the Southern League Premier Division championship in 2008/09 gaining a place in the Conference North.
After four years with Corby Town Drury's contract was not renewed.
Returning to Stamford
It was announced on Thursday 3 May 2012 that Graham Drury would return to Stamford. The team start the 2012/13 Evo-Stick League season with an undefeated August resulting in Drury being announced as the first recipient of the Evo-Stik Division South manager of the month award.
Boston United
On 17 December 2012, Drury was appointed manager of Boston United.
BUFC Official Site
As a manager
;Harrowby United
*United Counties League Division One runner-up: 2002-03
*Lincolnshire Senior Shield winners: 2004:2005
;Stamford A.F.C.
*2005-06 Southern Football League Play-Off Winners: 2005-06
*Lincolnshire Senior Shield: 2006-07
;Corby Town
*Southern Football League Championship Match Winners: 2009-10
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