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Trevor Gould | Unknown Club |

Role: Manager
Position: Position unknown
Age: 70
Date of Birth: 5/3/1950
Place of Birth: Coventry
Foot: Right
Past Aylesbury United Player
Aylesbury games: 22
Aylesbury goals: 0
Last Ducks game: 29/4/1987 Aylesbury 0-2 Kettering


Aylesbury's most successful manager, and also their longest serving in modern times, having held the post from summer 1983 until summer 1992. He is brother of former Wales, Wimbledon and Coventry manager Bobby Gould.

In his first season he lead the club to the second round of the FA Trophy and 5th place in the Southern League Midland Division, and the success was to continue from there as he went on to win the Southern League Championship and guide Aylesbury into the Conference for the first and, so far, only time.

Under his leadership Aylesbury also boasted the best FA Cup record of any side outside the Football League, reaching at least the First Round proper every season. These runs included victories over then Division 4 leaders Southend United, an extra time replay defeat against Northampton, and becoming the first non-league club shown on live TV, as Sky televised a match with Walsall.

As a player Gould made 138 football league appearances for Coventry and Northampton before a successful spell as manager of Bedford Town, and then Rushden Town before joining the Ducks.

Managerial Career

Season Club All Comps
Games Wins
1983/84 Aylesbury United
1984/85 Aylesbury United
1985/86 Aylesbury United 62 29
1986/87 Aylesbury United 76 47
1987/88 Aylesbury United 57 32
1988/89 Aylesbury United 45 9
1989/90 Aylesbury United 33 22
1990/91 Aylesbury United
1991/92 Aylesbury United 58 24
Totals: 331 163

Playing Career

Season Club League Cup All Comps
Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
1983/84 Aylesbury United
1984/85 Aylesbury United
1985/86 Aylesbury United
1986/87 Aylesbury United 0 0 2 0 2 0
  Totals: 0 2 2 0