Player Profile

Chris Hardy


Nationality :English
Date Of Birth :06.10.75
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Known as ‘Chardy’, Chris was appointed in December 2015 as Darren Williams’ successor. He is a big advocate of free-flowing football and encourages his teams to play a sharp passing game, with an eye on fitness. An ambitious manager, Chris had an impressive spell in charge of local rivals Guisborough Town before joining the Seasiders, taking them from perennial second division strugglers in the Northern League to title challengers in the first division. Along the way, his Guisborough Town side won the 2014 team of the season, as well as the North Riding Senior Cup, beating Middlesbrough at the Riverside Stadium. Over the years, Chris has gained a reputation for developing young players, both who have dropped out of the pro game and from the surrounding areas, implementing a development squad plan with the Priorymen.

Chris also replicated his love for the North Riding Senior Cup with the Blues in 2016/17 by beating Pickering Town, again at the Riverside Stadium. As a result of the Seasiders’ brilliant season, Hardy was also nominated for the Scarborough Borough Counil’s Team of the Year Award for 2016.

Chris’ managing career began at Thornaby Athletic. This spell was followed by a coaching role at Bishop Auckland and then the assistant manger’s job became available at Thornaby F.C which Hardy was happy to take. Today, the current Blues boss has established himself as someone who wants to be the manager of football clubs.