Redditch United chairman David Faulkner is delighted to see manager Matt Clarke agree a two-year deal.

The club’s former captain took over as manager shortly ahead of last season.




Speaking to the club’s website, Faulkner outlined the significance of the new deal:

“This is another huge step forward for the club as we try and build on the amazing strides we have made over the past few months. From the outset, I have been committed to creating stability and this demonstrates our intent not only to our supporters, but to the players we will look to retain and recruit ready for the start of the new season.

“It was an important decision for our first-team committee when appointing our first manager. We not only wanted someone who had a good knowledge of football at our level, but also someone who had an understanding of our club.

“Matt’s history as a player, captain and assistant manager has been a real advantage. On a personal level, I have enjoyed working over the past few months with him and I am excited for what he can help us build.”


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