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Rochdale appoint Sports Therapist
 Women's Football News 21 Jun 2011
 
Rochdale appoint Sports Therapist - 21 Jun 2011 - Women's Football NewsRochdale are delighted to announce the arrival of ex-Preston North End defender Sarah Jones as the club's new Sports Therapist. 
 
New manager Steve Walmsley has wasted no time in adding to his new backroom staff following the arrival of Eddie Gregory and Paul Cooke to form part of his management team at Rochdale.
 
24-year-old Sarah told Women's Soccer Scene: "I am thrilled to be taking up this role within the club and can't wait to get started. This is the first time I've worked with a team on a consistant basis and I am both excited and eager to start putting some of my ideas into place.
 
"With my qualifications, alongside my previous background in women's football, I feel that this is a perfect scenario for me to get started in and for me to develop myself both as a person and in my career. I am grateful to the manager Steve Walmsley and the rest of the committee for giving me this opportunity, and I look forward to working alongside them all.
 
"Rochdale is a club that I've always admired for the way that they have developed themselves in recent years, to now be a solid team in the Premier League and for the togetherness that the club has. They have established a professional set up and have aims and beliefs that are almost identical to my own. I am really looking forward to working with the girls and the staff and trying my best to help the club be as successful as possible by doing my job the best I can.
 
"Having known Steve Walmsley for a good number of years now, it is obvious that he has always been successful at whatever club he has been at. I like his approach to management and the fact that he sees each and every member of the club, whether it be players/management/committee, is as important as the rest. He values his staffs input and is open to new ideas, which I think is invaluable when you're striving to be the best at what you do.
 
"I have no doubt that with Steve leading the club this season, with the support network he is establishing around him and the quality of players that the club has, that the club is going to improve even further upon its successful first season in the Premier League."

 
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