12:00am, Wed 9th Apr 2008
Woking Football Club today confirms that Justin Edinburgh has been appointed as assistant to Colin Lippiatt for the remaining four games of the season.
Edinburgh started his career as a trainee at Southend in 1988 and two years later having played nearly 50 games and helped the Shrimpers in a successful promotion campaign he left Roots Hall for the bright lights of London and joined Spurs for ?150,000.
'Musselburgh' as he became known, came off the bench to make his Spurs debut during a 4-2 victory against Wimbledon in November 1990. After ten seasons and an FA Cup Winners medal at Spurs, Edinburgh was loaned out to Portsmouth and his services were duly secured with a permanent move in 2000.
In July 2003 he returned to his native Essex and joined non-league Billericay Town of the Ryman League as player-manager. Subsequent managerial posts at Fisher Athletic & Grays Athletic followed until he left by mutual consent in February this year.