The start of the 2017/18 season means it’s all change in Beaconsfield with the launch of the new Beaconsfield Town F.C., playing its football in the Southern League Central Division.
The Rams also have a new Chairman in local business man Chris Coyle who has already invested significantly in the new club.
These changes also mean that the old club’s three year partnership with Nas Bashir’s F.A.B. Academy has now ended and last season’s joint managers, Andy Hurley and Leigh Wooldridge, have both stepped down from their roles. The Rams are actively looking for an experienced Team Manager (Step 4 and above) to take the club forward and all interested applicants should firstly send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org The closing date for applications is May 24th.
Coyle said “these are exciting times at Holloways Park, with plans to move the club forward both on and off the pitch. The existing long-standing committee have been joined by fresh faces with enthusiasm and new ideas and with the right football management in place we know the club can achieve great things”.
Source: Beaconsfield Town