Warren Feeney named Salisbury City player-assistant boss
Striker Warren Feeney has been named player-assistant manager at Salisbury following his release by Plymouth.
The appointment of the 32-year-old was announced at the Whites' pre-season friendly with Torquay on Saturday.
Feeney, who has 46 caps for Northern Ireland, started his career at Leeds United in 1998.
He went on to have spells at Bournemouth, Stockport, Luton, Cardiff, Swansea, Dundee, Sheffield Wednesday and Oldham.
Belfast-born Feeney spent two years with Argyle, scoring six goals in 52 games, but was one of several players freed by the League Two club in April.
He will now work alongside new Salisbury manager Mikey Harris, 28, who was appointed earlier this month at the Conference Premier club.
Harris spent five years as assistant boss, but was promoted following former boss Darrell Clarke's move to Bristol Rovers' coaching team.