Peter Band


Born on 18th December 1973. Peter Band joined Mossley as a player in August 2011 and made 42 appearances for the Lilywhites in the 2011/12 season. As Peter wound down his playing career he made just 6 appearances and was more often than not named as an unused substitute while honing his management skills as Steve Halford's right hand man in the 2012/13 season and last season made just a solitary app[earance as a substitute.

Peter is now in his fourth season as joint Team Manager at Mossley with Lloyd Morrison, having previously been assistant manager to Chris Willcock at the former Woodley Sports and then to Halford at Mossley following Gareth MClelland's departure in January of 2012.

As a player, Peter was late into the semi pro game having played for Cheshire amateurs Bollington Athletic for several years before joining Hyde United in 1998 at 25 years old. He started out as a striker but reverted to midfield and was often used as a centre back as well, a position he eventually featured in regularly for his later clubs.

He left a struggling Hyde team to join Altrincham and then stepped up to the Conference with Northwich Victoria. On Altrincham's promotion to the Conference he switched back to Moss Lane in the summer of 2006, making his 200th appearance for Altrincham in that season. He re-joined Hyde for his second spell at the club in 2007, quickly making his 200th appearance for them also. He joined New Mills in the summer of 2008 and then on to Woodley Sports from where he joined Mossley.


Lloyd Morrison


Born on 13th November 1971, Lloyd Morrison was appointed as joint team manager alongside Peter Band in July 2013 having spent the previous season in charge at North West Counties Leaguers Winsford United where he led his side to a 4th place finish, just 4 points behind champions Padiham and also led them to success in the Mid-Cheshire FA Cup where they beat Northwich Victoria in the final.

After an amateur playing career which saw him play for Chadderton, Maine Road and Mid Cheshire League side Styal, Morrison became player manager at Styal winning the League title in his second season in charge and also the Cheshire Amateur Cup.

He then stepped up to the North West Counties League with Flixton and with little or no budget took the now disbanded club from adrift at the bottom of the NWCL when he took over to avoiding relegation. They then finished 15th in his first full season and 8th place in 2011/12 before he took over at Winsford in July 2012.

Lee Twigg


Born on 19th June 1972 and joined Mossley AFC backroom staff as 1st team coach in July 2013. A Family coaching history since the late 1960's with Macclesfield Town, he continued that tradition to coach the Youth of the town after a promising playing career was cut short by serious injury in 1986 while a junior with Manchester City.  

Lee went on to have an amateur
career alongside Mossley manager Peter Band at Bollington Athletic from 1990 to 1997 before leaving the UK to work in Spain.

He has a portfolio of qualifications in Football and Futsal and is currently working towards his UEFA 'B' License.

Paul Marchbank



Born May 1981, Paul joined Mossley as 1st team coach July 2016.

Paul started his playing career with Bollington Athletic in the Mid Cheshire Premier League. Fom there he joined Flixton in the North West Counties. After a spell at Valley Road Paul then spent 8 years playing for Styal back in the Mid-Cheshire Prem alongside Llyod Morrsion, who he eventually played for while Lloyd was 1st team Manager.

Paul move to Poynton FC briefly as a player, before taking over 1st team duties as coach alongside Andrew Cowell. The first season saw them guide the Cheshire team to the Cheshire League 2nd Division title and promotion back to the Mid-Cheshire Premier, and also coming runners up in the Stockport Cup. The second season back in the Mid Cheshire Prem saw them finish 6th, and also winning the Stockport Cup.

Last season Paul guided Poynton to 10th establishing the club as a Mid-Cheshire Premier team.

Paul has qualifications in both Futsal, and is an FA Level 2 Qualified Coach.

Simon Yeo



Simon joined Mossley in the closed season of 2016 as striker coach. He had an illustrious career in both League non-league football as a player. A former soldier in the 22nd (Cheshire) Regiment, Yeo scored 111 goals in 169 appearances for Hyde United between 1998 and 2002 before taking on cult hero status with Lincoln City in the Football League thanks to four prolific years at Sincil Bank and later appearead for Peterborough United, Chester City and Macclesfield Town.

Joseph Ajibade

Sports Therapist