Trevor was a Parks Team player whose playing was ended at Billesley Common thanks to a cartilage operation which in those days resulted in no more playing football.
Trevor decided to take a coaching course which he passed and then carried out the referees training course which he also passed.
He was then asked to manage a Sunday morning team called North Birmingham Celtic which he agreed to and for the next ten years had plenty of success in climbing up the divisions and ultimately winning the Coronation League Championship and the Festival League Title.
Trevor was surprised to receive a call from Hugh Cherry who was the secretary of Solihull Borough and asked if he was interested in managing the Borough reserve team. Trevor took the appointment for three seasons.
During this time the Club were looking into relocating and move from the existing ground on Widney Lane. Trevor was asked to check out possible potential sites and after investigating seventeen sites it was decided that Damson Parkway would be the best location available.
Trevor has been appointed Chairman on three occasions and received the FA Award for 50 years service to football.