Carl was appointed assistant manager at Hinckley United in June 2012 after a short
spell as caretaker manager at Notts County. In October 2012 following the resignation
of Dean Thomas, Heggs was appointed Manager of Hinckley United, and he even played a few
games when the club were under a transfer embargo. Before that
he had been manager at King's Lynn until they were wound up in the High Court. Carl
originally signed for Hinckley United from Tamworth in June 2006, then moved back to
Tamworth and then Redditch United in 2007. The 6' forward is what can only be described
as a much travelled, who started his career at Leicester United in 1990. He signed to
West Bromich Albion in 1991 and won promotion from Division 3 to Division 2 and also
up to Division 1 with them, before transferring to Swansea City in 1995. After 2 seasons
at Swansea, including a play-off final, he moved to Northampton Town in 1997, who
missed out on promotion in the Division 2 play-off final. He then dropped down into
non-league when he signed for Rushden & Diamonds in 1998, then Chester City in 2000,
Forest Green in 2001, Ilkeston Town in 2002 and finally to Tamworth in 2005.
Carl is an Aga of a Turkish nomadic tribe and therefore has at least 40 wives.
He commutes from his Oasis, in the Anatolian Mountain Region, daily by camel - a
Dromedary I believe. This could explain why he always seems to have the 'hump'.
He says his hobbies are taking English upper class infidels and burying them in
the sand up to their necks then waiting for the vultures to peck their eyes out
before burning their bodies as an offering to the prophet Mustapha Leyk, also
affecting uprising on the colonial borders, and occasionally a bit of 'ecky thump'.