One of our longest serving players, Jason Goodliffe was at Broadhall Way for six years and you couldn’t underestimate his importance to the team. Often to be seen leading by example, Goodliffe had overcome serious injury and the arrival of new players.
Many Boro’ fans will argue that there was still plenty left in Goodliffe’s locker when he left the club. It had, however, reached a stage where Goodliffe was finding it increasingly hard to break into the first team.
After a loan stint at York City, Boro’ agreed to release the defender from his contract so he could gain first team action elsewhere. After his time at Broadhall Way, Goodliffe helped AFC Wimbledon rise up the pyramid. He also then took up a managerial position at Boreham Wood.
In summer 2013, Goodliffe joined the Boro’ management team under Graham Westley. And, despite leaving the club in 2015, he returned in 2018 under the leadership of Dino Maamria. After his time as coach under Maamria came to an end in 2019, Goodliffe made the move to another former club; this time Sutton United as assistant boss.