David Hockaday was appointed head coach of Kidderminster Harriers in October, 2015. This followed a stint as Professional Development Coach at Coventry City from 2nd February 2015.
Hockaday was previously manager of Leeds United.
David arrived at Elland Road with a vast amount of coaching experience and was integral to the management team at Watford that gained promotion to the Premier League in 2006.
As well as his time at Watford, the former Forest Green manager enjoyed success at Southampton and MK Dons.
Hockaday had a long playing career with over 500 league appearances to his name. He started his playing career at Blackpool where he remained for eight years until he moved onto Swindon Town. The former right-back made over 200 appearances for Swindon and was also part of the side that gained promotion twice in his time at the club. His other clubs include Hull City, Stoke City and Shrewsbury Town.