Hednesford Town believe the long-term deals for the club’s management team will provide a sense of stability for players.

Manager Keenen Meakin-Richards, assistant Graham Deakin and head coach Jemiah Richards have all agreed new three-year deals with the club.




As part of an accompanying club statement, it was said: “All three’s efforts have already been seen and their desire to win and be the best of the best on and off the pitch made a very easy decision to offer the contracts.

“This also now provides the club and players – both there now and any potential signings in the future – the platform and knowledge that Hednesford Town FC has both short and long-term desires to develop and progress as quickly as possible up the leagues, whilst developing the set-up, team, players and ground at all times.”


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