Si Dalby

Returned to manage the First Team at the start of the 2010-11 season, replacing Stu Cumpsty who moved to Woodley Reserves.. Simon was previously at Mellor from 2003-2007, when he led the First team to two successive Stockport Senior Cup finals, winning the second match to lift the trophy for the first time in the club's history. In his third season Mellor finished runners-up in the Premiership, the club's highest ever placing.

Dave Moss


Took over from long serving Alex Wharton at the start of the 2013-14 season. His first competitive game could hardly have been tougher and ended in a 2-1 home defeat to Whalley Range.

Adam Axford

Third Team co-manager. Won the club's Philip Hambleton Trophy for services to the club in 2009-10. Helped to steer Mellor Thirds to a Whitehead Cup Final win in 2011 and the Division C title in 2011-12.




Kye Davidson

Took over as Fourth Team manager at the start of 2013-14 season from Paul Telfer.

John Bellis

Club stalwart, without whom Mellor would not function. Helped to run the first team in 2005-06 only retiring in 2012-13. He has been known to don his boots occasionally - the ones with the leather nail-in studs. He has run the first and second teams previously and held many other positions in the club, including secretary and vice-chairman. He's also a nifty artist (as he keeps telling the barmaid in the Royal Scot). He was named Saturday Soccer Personality of the Year by the Stockport Sports Council in 2006. Nickname: El Bel. DoB 15.11.38


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