|23 April 1982 Headline: "There's a Shepherd at The Lamb"
Tamworth's new boss Harry Shepherd this week described his recent appointment as the most important job he has undertaken during his managerial career.
The former Bromsgrove and Moor Green chief, who was appointed last Thursday after the sacking of Alan Hampton, has a reputation for being a tough-talking, gets-what-he-wants manager.
He guided Moor Green to a Midland Combination league and cup double last season when his side scored 120 league goals, which followed the 99 they scored the season before when finishing second.
Shepherd has been looking for another job in non-league management since he quit Bromsgrove Rovers two months after a disagreement with the club chairman.
During his time at Bromsgrove the club won 21 from 341 games including 15 consecutive victories.
"This is potentially the biggest club I have come to manage. The set up is fairly good and the signs are that Tamworth Football Club is just waiting to take off," said Shepherd.