As we continue to look at the teams that will make up the National League next season, Tim Flowers will want to improve on Solihull Moors' 18th place finish in the National League last season.
Solihull Moors FC were founded in 2007 following the merger of Moor Green and Solihull Borough. Solihull were promoted from the National League North as champions in 2016 and finished 16th in the first season in the National League.
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In 2010/11 Solihull finished one place outside of the play-offs in 7th place missing out by eight points as fourth placed Eastwood Town were ineligible for promotion due to ground grading issues.
The last meeting between Solihull and Orient came in December 2017, when Liam Daly struck the home side to victory condemning Orient to defeat in Justin Edinburgh’s first game in charge.
Tim Flowers took over as Solihull boss in June 2018 after Mark Yeats left the side to join National League champions Macclesfield.
Flowers had previously been part of the backroom staff at Leicester City, Manchester City, Northampton Town, Nottingham Forest and Fulham as goalkeeping coach. Before joining Solihull, Flowers was assistant manager at Coventry City, QPR, Hull City and most recently Kidderminster.
Damson Park is the home of Solihull who have occupied the stadium since 2007. The capacity of the ground is currently at 3,050 with 770 seats.