The 2016/17 campaign, sees the Red's boss in his tenth consecutive season as manager of Alfreton Town. This gives him the honour of being the club's longest serving manager.
This season he has been charged with re-building the club following one season of return to the National League North Division, following relegation from the Conference Premier on rhe final day of the 2014/15 season. He had kept the club at the top table of non-league football for four seasons after winning the Conference North title in 2010/11.
The richly-deserved title success followed two successive third place finishes in the 2008/09 qand 2009/10 seasons, with the Reds reaching the play-offs on both occaisions, narrowly losing 2-1 to Fleetwood Town in the the 2010 final.
Nicky was appointed in May 2007, after resigning his postion at Buxton FC. He had led the Bucks to promotion after winning the Northern Premier, Division One North title, also winning the President's Cup. This made it back to back promotions and three cup wins in two seasons at the Silverlands.
A professional Licence as well as a UEFA A and B coaching Licence holder, Law is the highest qualified manager ever to be in charge of the Reds. He has experience in abundance having also managed Grimsby Town, Bradford City and Chesterfield in the Football League, leading the latter to promotion from the fourth tier in 2000/01. He has also held player/coaching roles at both Ilkeston Town and Stafford Rangers.