5:32 pm, Thu 11 Apr 2013
The Newport County chairman says that securing Justin Edinburgh for another two years "is vital to keep the continuity in place" after their Wembley success in the FA Trophy.
Les Scadding said that it was important to keep the current team in place and 'protect their assets.'
We must protect our assets and in Justin & Jimmy we have two people who are determined to succeed and with success, interest from other parties is not uncommon.
I and the club feel we have done this and it’s another tick in the box for the future of this club.
– Les Scadding, Newport County Chairman
5:12 pm, Thu 11 Apr 2013
Newport County manager Justin Edinburgh says he signed an extended deal with the club as he has been so "impressed by the club since [he] first arrived here."
The people are passionate about their football here and have the same desire as Jimmy and I to return to the Football League, the board and the chairman have backed those ambitions.
It was an easy decision for us to make and we’re delighted we can continue our plans for the future and achieve the same goals as everybody else at the club.
– Justin Edinburgh, Newport County Manager
5:07 pm, Thu 11 Apr 2013
Justin Edinburgh has taken Newport County to success in the FA Trophy.
Credit: Adam Davy/EMPICS Sport
Newport County say that Justin Edinburgh has signed a new two year contract with the club.
It follows a successful season for the club that has seen them lift the FA Trophy and secure a play off place in the Blue Square Bet Premier.
In a statement on their website, they also said that Edinburgh’s assistant, Jimmy Dack has also committed with a new 2 Year contract.