ADAM HINSHELWOOD (Manager) Well known in local circles after making his name at Brighton & Hove Albion under his uncle, Martin in August 2002 just after he signed his first professional contract. Moved on to Aldershot Town in June 2009 before following manager Gary Waddock to Wycombe Wanderers in January 2010. Unfortunately, his appearances were restricted at both The Shots and The Chairboys by an ongoing knee injury which eventually forced him to retire at the end of that season. Called up twice by England Under-21’s in 2004 and comes from a footballing family with his grandfather, father and brothers as well as uncle, Martin being ex-pro’s. Made the move into coaching as manager of his local club, Selsey either side of spells as assistant manager at Hastings United and Burgess Hill Town, where he took charge of his first game as Worthing boss after being appointed the day before, on Christmas Day 2013. Narrowly missed out on The Division One South Play-Offs in 2014/15 before he was enticed back into the full-time ranks as manager of Brighton’s Under-18’s. Started the previous campaign at Hastings United, where he was also responsible for their Academy, until he answered the call from Woodside Road in September 2017.