Pennock to coach at Swansea
Former Hereford United keeper, Tony Pennock, is to have a short-term trial as a goalkeeping coach at Swansea City.
Pennock, now 33, featured for Wales in the Four Nation Tournament recently. Last season he was with Carmarthen Town.
Hereford United signed Pennock from Wigan in 1994 and was installed as first 'keeper. However, just one clean sheet in thirteen starts tells its own story, and combined with fifteen goal conceded in just three games he was dropped. He finished the season as understudy to Chris MacKenzie and was on his way, to Yeovil Town. Following six years at Huish Park, Pennock joined Rushden & Diamonds in 2001. A season with Farnborough followed, and then Pennock switched to Welsh Premiership side Carmarthen Town for the 2003/04 season.