Share page on Social Media: f Share t G+ find us on Twitter: @wssmagnews
Women's Football News
Nottingham Forest have re-adjusted skills and expertise to support areas of Technical Development across the club.
Forest Ladies continue to enforce change to adapt and improve best practices to impact all players and members for the forthcoming season. The club now has twn teams across most age groups and to effect progression and development the club has re-organised and enhanced its structure.
Lisa Dawkins, former Director of Football has moved aside to enhance the Forest Ladies original collaboration with Nottinghamshire Police and One Nottingham to gift a wider impact on free football for young girls as she steps into the role of Forest Ladies Community Project Leader.
The club had recognised that Dawkins' previously strategic role would be better replaced with a more direct technical co-ordination element. As a result the club is pleased to announce the recruitment of Stephen Stennett (pictured) as Technical Director of Football.
Stennett's remit is to set technical guidelines and support for the Club in line with FA best practice but essentially to recruit, enhance and support the coaching staff for the Senior section. He will also be supporting the newly appointed Junior Development Manager, Nigel Hudson to support direction for player development across the Junior Set up.
Stennett himself is UEFA B Licenced Qualified with a UEFA B Licence diploma. He will be undertaking an A Licence assessment in the next few months.
Stennett is no stranger to Forest Ladies and comments: "Forest Ladies has been my passion for a good number of years. I was head coach of the U10/12 for two seasons when Forest held the Centre of Excellence licence and a further two years as head coach of the U16s. I am currently the head coach of the U17 at Stoke City C of E and the U18s Manager for Nottingham Forest Ladies."
Stennett is also working full time for the Football Association as a FA Skills Coach, within the Nottinghamshire FA Skills Team so brings a wealth of experience to the Technical Director of Football for Forest Ladies.
His last comments are simple as he says: "With this new role I want to be able to bring success to the club and help enable the club to realise their ambitions and long term visions."
To support the Junior Section, Nigel Hudson - who is now in his third season coaching with the club, has undertaken the mantle of Junior Development Manager. This remit is to support all the Junior Coaches and offer guidelines and support to instil best practices for junior girls football development across 8 teams. Nigel is FA Level 2 Qualified with Youth Modules 1 and 2 and undertaking further qualifications to enhance his experience and knowledge.
Forest Ladies Chairperson, P.J Andrews concludes: "We are looking to enforce positive change and saw definitive gaps for our technical co-ordination. With the recruitment of both Steve and Nigel we are now in place to bridge that gap which will further ensure all players will ultimately benefit in the long term.
"We need to enhance our Senior Coaching set up as a priority and Steve Stennett is best placed to look at and drive this initiative with his technical experience. Aside of their qualifications both Steve and Nigel are passionate to Forest Ladies and that brings about a great injection of enthusiasm to effect positive change."
Forest Ladies are immediately looking to recruit and enhance coaching and management staff for the senior First Team and Reserves who both play at the highest level in the winter leagues.
To progress discussion for the senior coaching and management roles, please contact Stephen Stennett on (07946) 433376 or e-mail the Club secretary: email@example.com.
Women's Soccer Scene Media ©
on mobile wssNews.co.uk
Women's Sport Search
|Total page reads:|