FC Halifax Town were in mourning today after the announcement that assistant manager Trevor Storton had lost his battle with cancer.
The 61-year-old passed away yesterday after battling the disease for 18 months.
Manager Neil Aspin said it was a ‘very, very sad day’, describing Storton as a dedicated number two.
A statement issued by the club said: “It is with profound sadness that FC Halifax Town announces the death of assistant manager, Trevor Storton.
“Everyone involved with the Club passes their sincerest condolences to his wife, Linda and Family.”
Storton, whose playing career included spells at Liverpool, where he played under Bill Shankly, Chester City and Tranmere Rovers, arrived with Aspin in the summer of 2009.
He also managed Chester and Bradford Park Avenue among others
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