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Micky Janes

Greensnet Editor
Sat 30 Dec 2017, 20:18

It is with sadness that we have learnt this evening of the passing of former Hendon manager Micky Janes.

Micky first joined the club in the 1985/86 season as assistant manager to Ted Hardy, before being promoted to manager in the September 1987 following Hardy's departure.

Micky's spell as manager included the Middlesex Charity Cup win at Wembley Stadium, and a run to the second round of the FA Trophy which included a 2-0 win at Fareham Town which led to a trip to Barrow where the Greens lost 2-1. Iain Dowie was top scorer with 27 goals in Micky's first season as manager. Another legend in Micky's squad was the recently departed Dermot Drummy. The highlight of the 1988-89 season was an FA Cup first round tie at Reading, where the home side ran out 4-2 winners, and Micky left the club after the 1989-90 season.

Our deepest sympathies go to Micky's family at this sad time.