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As Brentwood Town Ladies prepare to embark on a third consecutive campaign in the South East Combination, this summer represents a superb opportunity to join one of Essex's leading female football clubs.
The Blues recently confirmed their survival in the third tier of women's football in England, and with it a historic third term at their current level, with games to spare, and the club is keen to add to the current squad this summer to help support a push for an enhanced position in the League table during 2013-14.
Town are now on the lookout for new players to complement the current squad as preparations get underway in earnest for another campaign in the South East Combination. We are keen to hear from any player with experience of playing in the Combination or higher, or from any player who thinks they have what it takes to play at this level and are ready to take on the challenge.
This is a great chance for players from around the south-east of England to line up against clubs of the calibre of Ipswich Town, Luton Town, Milton Keynes Dons and Norwich City. Pre-season training and match details are due to be announced very soon, so any player interested or would like further details is asked to contact the club via current first team manager Ian Bent on (07837) 575251 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meanwhile, boss Bent has spoken of his pride and admiration for the existing squad at what he describes as a "special club." The 29-year-old said: "This really is a special club and I'm so proud of what we have achieved over the four years I've been here in terms of both the progress we've made and the journey we've been on. I can't speak highly enough of the squad of players and their achievements this season. Anyone doubting the effort, courage and spirit they have shown to secure safety for a second season would be very foolish.
"This is the toughest league these players have experienced, and for the vast majority of the squad it is the highest level they have and will play at. The way in which they have approached this challenge and never given up is a true sign of their character and ability, and something of which they should be immensely proud.
"It hasn't been easy and we started 2012-13 by losing two or three of the previous year's key players right on the eve of the season. We've also witnessed three players pick up serious injuries over the course of the campaign. However the team stuck together when the situation required them too, and we went on to achieve our aim with two games to spare and with a far higher points tally than last season."
As well as lauding the role of the players, the boss also wanted to place on record his thanks to everyone who helps run the club behind the scenes, saying: "I'd also like to say a massive thank you to everyone who has been involved at the club this term. I'm just the manager, without the support of Rob [Craven], John [Lovell], David [Worsfold] and Christine with all their help behind the scenes the club simply would not function how it does, and without this success on the pitch would not be possible.
"I'd also like to say a huge thank you to Lucy Faraday, Carla Rose, Nicole Manning, Rob Budd and Lucy Marley who have provided huge assistance this season to the team on the pitch and without them our goals would not have been achieved. Finally, the last thank-you goes to the family and friends who come out to support us every week, this is really appreciated by everyone in the changing room."
When asked for his highlights of the season, Bent has chosen two games that stand out. "My favourite moments are the 8-1 thrashing of Arlesey, when we were simply scintillating, and the 4-2 extra time win over Cambridge in the League Cup which was probably our best all round performance in my time as a manager," he concluded.
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