FORMER Worcester City manager Ashley Vincent is now helping out with the Cheltenham Town Under-18s, Worcester News understands.

Vincent, who resigned from his post with City last December, was involved with the coaching staff on Tuesday night as The Robins played Kidderminster Harriers at Aggborough.

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The ex-Worcester boss enjoyed a successful time at Whaddon Road with the Robins between 2004 and 2009, winning over 100 caps for the club and played a key role in the side that earned promotion to League One in 2006.

Vincent also coached the under-16s team at Cheltenham before taking the managers role at Worcester City in May 2019.

It is understood that he is now "helping out" with the under-18s, who are managed by Pete Haynes.