The coaching team at PlainmoorFIRST-TEAM COACH
KENNY Veysey started life as an apprentice goalkeeper at Arsenal but moved down to Devon after failing to make the grade with the Gunners.
A brief spell with Dawlish Town alerted United to his talents and Kenny soon established himself as the Plainmoor number one.
After three years as a Gull, the Londoner signed for Oxford, later joining Reading, Exeter and Dorchester Town before returning to United in 1997, seven years after his departure.
His playing career ended with short stints at Plymouth and Taunton Town. Ken first joined as goalkeeping coach in 2000 and his current spell as a member of the backroom team began in 2007.
CLINICAL DIRECTOR OF SPORTS MEDICINE, PHYSIO & REHAB
DAMIAN Davey is currently in his third stint as United physio, having also worked for Exeter City and Plymouth Argyle.
He is a highly qualified sports practitioner, specialising in musculoskeletal physiotherapy and sports injury management.
Damian is a former trainee at Argyle and the son of Plmouth legend Steve Davey.
HEAD OF YOUTH
GEOFF Harrop enjoyed a playing career with Colchester United and in Cyprus and Australia before moving back into the coaching sphere at Colchester.
He then moved on to Rushden & Diamonds and Northampton, from whom he signed for United in the summer of 2010.
TECHNICAL DEVELOPMENT COACH
ROBBIE Herrera began his impressive playing career with QPR, joining the Gulls on a loan deal in 1992 before signing a permanent deal with Fulham.
Five happy years at the Cottage came to an end when the talented left-back signed for United in 1998 and would make well over 100 appearances in the famous Yellow shirt.
Robbie ended his professional playing days at Leyton Orient and spent many years in the non-League game before joining the United youth department.
FIRST-TEAM PERFORMANCE ANALYST
MATT Williams is a highly qualified coach and works as the performance analyst for our first-team.
He is also heavily involved with the youth-team set-up, currently combining his analyst role with the position of operations manager for the Academy.
Matt has also worked as youth-team coach for the Gulls.