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Nottingham Forest reserve team manager for the past two seasons, Mark White, has decided to step down from this pivotal position with effect from the end of July.
Mark has worked in the development of the Reserves, who have shown consistent results as an independent team whilst supporting the best interests of the First Team.
Mark's external and personal commitments have been a significant factor in his decision to step down along with the intensified challenges that accompany the role for the new era of Forest Ladies as they continue to build and grow to establish themselves in the Premier League.
Mark says: "I've decided to stand down as reserves manager, although I'm prepared to stay for a week or two to help out until a suitable candidate has been appointed by the club. I'd like to thank everyone at the club for the significant opportunity to manage the team, it's certainly been an experience and I wish everyone associated with the club continued success for the future."
The Club's Chairperson, P.J.Andrews acknowledges Mark's commitment when she summarises: "The Reserve Manager role is one of the most challenging in any club's set up and Mark has been fantastic in his commitment over the past few years. Mark has been superb in his support to the first team and should take credit for their achievement last season. I'd like to thank him both personally and on behalf of all the players and staff at Forest for his significant contribution and know that he will still remain in contact regardless."
The task in hand now is to build a new management and coaching team for Nottingham Forest Reserves and the club invites any interested party to contact PJ Andrews on (07834) 072361 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or Club Secretary Fay Glover on (07740) 869756. or e-mail email@example.com.
Any interested candidate should be available for Tuesday/Thursday training evenings and Sundays for matches, ideally hold a Coaching certificate (Level 2 minimum) or be able to work with a qualified coaching team should management experience in the women's game be more prevalent. The candidate should be prepared to work very closely with the First team management and coaching staff whilst reporting directly to the Club committee.
Full details will be discussed upon application.
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