Garry Kimble

Witham Town

Garry Kimble is a 57-year old football coach serving as the Manager of Witham Town Football Club since . He has previously been associated with Aveley and Great Wakering Rovers during his career.

Kimble began his football career alongside his twin brother Alan at Charlton Athletic, making his league debut and scoring once in nine appearances. Both brothers had short loan stints at Exeter City before joining Cambridge United in July 1986 on free transfers. While Alan stayed at Cambridge for seven years, Garry made 41 appearances and scored twice over a year before transferring to Doncaster Rovers for £7,500, where he made 65 appearances and scored one goal.

After Doncaster, Kimble had brief periods with Fulham and Gillingham, where he played 48 games and scored once. His most notable moment came at Peterborough United, scoring the winning goal in a 1–0 victory over Liverpool in the Football League Cup in December 1991. Following his time at Peterborough, he transitioned to non-league football, playing for several clubs before moving into management.

Kimble’s managerial career began in February 2004 as caretaker manager at Tilbury. He later became assistant manager at Aveley in May 2010, working under his brother Alan. In April 2011, he took over as manager of Witham Town, leading them to two promotions in three years to reach the Isthmian League Premier Division, although they were relegated at the end of the 2014–15 season. Kimble left Witham Town in February 2016 after a poor run of form and managed Great Wakering Rovers from July 2018 until January 2019.