Micky Mellon (manager): The Scot was appointed Shrewsbury Town manager on May 12, 2014.
Born in Paisley on March 18, 1972, Micky spent his playing days this side of the border as a midfielder apart from a brief loan spell at Irish club Cork City in his early days with Bristol City where he emerged from the youth ranks.
He clocked up 490 career appearances, scoring 35 goals.
He joined West Bromwich Albion in 1993 and then Blackpool, clocking up over a century of appearances for the Bloomfield Road club.
Two spells with Tranmere Rovers followed either side of a stint with Burnley.
He wrapped up his playing career with spells at Kidderminster Harriers, Witton Albion and Lancaster City which is where he took his first steps on the managerial ladder.
He returned to Burnley in a youth coaching role before being handed the manager's job at ambitious Fleetwood Town in September 2008.
He enjoyed notable success with the Lancashire club, leading them to promotion from the Conference North and then the Conference National title in 2012 with 103 points. They also reached the third round of the FA Cup that season, losing to near neighbours Blackpool.
Micky eventually left Fleetwood midway through the club's first season in the Football League in December 2012.
He quickly returned to football as assistant manager to Dave Flitcroft at Barnsley in the Championship and stayed at Oakwell until March 2014.
Mike Jackson (assistant manager): Mike was renowned as a solid, reliable central defender during a long playing career before joining the coaching staff at Shrewsbury after a persistent knee injury forced him to hang up his boots.
An apprentice at Crewe Alexandra, Mike really made the breakthrough to first team football with Bury, clocking up 125 league appearances for the Shakers, before joining Preston North End.
He went on to spend seven years at Deepdale and played over 250 games before spells with Tranmere Rovers and Blackpool, whom he captained to promotion in the League One play-off final at Wembley in 2007.
Paul Simpson brought him to Shrewsbury in the summer of 2008 on the same day the club paid out a club record transfer fee for striker Grant Holt.
Mike started his Shrewsbury career impressively but after a long battle to overcome a knee injury he was forced to eventually call time on his playing days in January 2010.
Mike has successfully made the transition to coaching and was recently awarded his UEFA Pro Licence. He stepped up to the manager's hotseat when Graham Turner stepped down in January 2014 and took charge for the final 19 games of the League One season before reverting to assistant manager following the appointment of Micky Mellon in May 2014.
Danny Coyne (goalkeeping coach): Danny, a former Wales international goalkeeper, joined the Greenhous Meadow staff as goalkeeping coach in July 2013, also registering as a player.
Born in North Wales, Danny clocked up nearly 200 appearances in two spells with Tranmere Rovers and also enjoyed four seasons as near enough a regular at Grimsby Town when the Mariners were in the second tier of English football.
He also had spells with Leicester City, Burnley, Middlesbrough and Sheffield United, playing more than 500 career games.
Capped by Wales at under-21 level and B level, Danny is also the proud holder of 16 full international caps.
He made his debut away to Switzerland in 1996 with his final cap coming 11 years later in Cyprus.
Chris Skitt (physio): Chris became the youngest physio in the Football League when, in his mid-20s, he succeeded Nathan Ring after he moved to Brighton & Hove Albion early in 2011.
After a spell working at Burnley, Chris, who grew up near Shrewsbury, initially joined the Greenhous Meadow staff as youth team physio before making the step up.
A chirpy figure around the club, Chris is highly qualified and quickly earned the respect of his colleagues.
A keen amateur footballer, Chris is a reliable defender for Cruckton Rovers in the premier division of the Shrewsbury & District Sunday Football League.
Dave Ashlin (kitman): Having supported Shrewsbury Town since 1965, Dave was handed the chance to join his home town club's staff when was appointed kitman in July 2010.
He previously worked for Severn Trent for 34 years.
Dave has been a regular face on the local cricket scene for more than 40 years having played for Shrewsbury, MEB, Whittington and currently Reman Services for whom he remains a regular wicket taker.