September 30th, 2016

Girls team in urgent plea for new coaches

THE LARGEST girls football team in the Central Warwickshire League is facing the prospect of not being able to field teams next season because they have no manager.

Work commitments have led to the resignation of Pete Attenborrow who led Solihull Sporting Girls and Ladies’ under-16s to the Division One title last season.

And now the club are looking to hire an existing or newly-qualified FA Level One coach to further their skills to take over the reins of what has been a hugely successful team over the past few years. The club’s new under-10s side are also on the lookout for a new manager.

The club are looking for any existing or newly-qualified level one or above coaches who would like to further their skills. All coaches will also have to pass a CRB check.

Solihull Sporting Girls and Ladies FC is one of the largest girls clubs in the region having been established in 1998 and it prides itself on player development and coach education.

The FA Charter Standard club play in the Central Warwickshire Girls Football League and last season five of its teams tasted success in league and cup.

For information or to apply for the roles email Jim Finn on jlfinn@hotmail.co.uk.

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