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Enfield Town are pleased to announce that former Watford Ladies FC assistant manager Sam Perrin has been appointed as First team manager for the start of the new season.
Sam is a UEFA licenced coach and, previous to his year and a half spell as assistant manager at Watford, he was the reserve team manager for two years.
On his appointment Perrin said: "First of all I'm overwhelmed to be appointed as first team manager here at Enfield Town Ladies. I'm excited for pre-season to start and I'm looking forward to meeting all the senior players this week. This club has a fantastic foundation to progress higher up the women's football ladder and I will do my up most to help achieve this.
"I have previously worked with some great coaches and have learned so many different things along the way. I'll always keep learning and this new challenge ahead excites me."
Enfield's season starts with a trip to newly relegated QPR Ladies on 18th August before hosting Milton Keynes Dons the following Sunday.
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