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Rob Edwards joins Forest Green

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Steve Cotterill has named former Wales and Bristol City player Rob Edwards as his new first-team coach.

The 51-year-old started out with Carlisle United before moving to the south-west in 1991 to join Bristol City.

He made made more than 200 appearances for City before returning to the north-west for spells with Preston North End and Blackpool.

In 2006, he moved to Devon with Exeter City where he spent a further five years making 160 appearances and began a coaching role after he called time on his playing days at the Grecians.

Edwards was also capped four times by his national side Wales.

He had his first taste at first-team management at Tranmere Rovers in 2014 before becoming assistant manager at Cheltenham Town in the same year.

He’s spent six years in the Welsh FA with Edwards’ most recent job role was as manager of Wales U19s.

On his arrival, Edwards said: “I’m delighted to be joining Forest Green in what looks set to be an exciting season.

“I’ve loved my time with Wales but it’s time for a new challenge and FGR poses a fantastic opportunity.”

Edwards joins new goalkeeping coach Wayne Brown and chief scout Russell Milton, who have recently joined Rovers.

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