Westerfield United looking for a new manager
WESTERFIELD United joint managers Rob Peace and Jamie Sandilands have both stood down following relegation from the Senior Division of the Kingsley Healthcare SIL.
Peace has Suffolk FA commitments and Sandilands will be staying with the Swans as a player.
Chairman Chris Cushnahan said: “Our home at Rushmere Sports Club has now been assured long term, which is excellent news so we can move forward with more optimism.”
The Swans are looking for an experienced person with the right skills and potential to guide the club back to senior status.
They are also looking for a reserve team manager to replace Sam Dean whose future commitments have seen him resign.
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Applicants are invited to contact Cushnahan on 07900 691325 or by e-mail to email@example.com.
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