This is Law"s second spell in charge of the Poppies, having left Chasetown in May 2015 to take charge. Law"s former clubs include Tamworth, Coventry Sphinx, Racing Club Warwick, and Born in Coventry, West Midlands, Law started his career as a goalkeeper at Bristol Rovers, making two appearances in the Football League during the 1994-1995 season.
He then moved into non-league football, playing for Stafford Rangers, before a hip injury forced him into premature retirement whilst playing for the Sacramento Knights in America.
Non-League He later went on to manage non-league sides Coventry Sphinx, Racing Club Warwick, and He also spent time coaching in the youth set ups at Aston Villa and Coventry City.
Kettering Town Following Kettering Town"s promotion to the Southern Premier Division and the departure of joint managers Thomas Baillie and Scott Machin, the club appointed Law as manager in May 2015. Tamworth After eight months as manager of Kettering, Law was appointed manager of fellow Conference club Tamworth on a three-year contract on 25 May 2011.
After 19 months in charge at Tamworth, Law was sacked by the club on 14 January 2013.
Forest Green Rovers In August 2013, Law joined Forest Green Rovers as a coach on a part-time remit, working alongside Dave Hockaday. He left the club in October 2013 following Hockaday"s departure as manager. In March 2014 he revealed he had applied for the vacant job at Wrexham and was keen on a return to management.
Chasetown On 26th January 2015, Law joined Chasetown as their new manager giving him the return to management he desired after working as a scout with professional football clubs.