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Chichester City are excited to reveal duo Liam Greenfield and Richard (Dick) Semark as the new First and Development squad managers (respectively) for the 2015-16 season.
Having spent the past seven seasons with Matt Wright and Caroline Henry Evans in charge of the senior sides, it was always going to be a tough job to fill the vacant managerial roles but as ever, the club's stance for development has seen two fantastic replacements rise from within the ranks.
Liam Greenfield was the natural successor to Matt Wright, having spent the last two seasons working with the first team and he has been excited to reveal his new backroom staff. Once Greenfield had taken on the role he was quick to put his own stamp on the coaching set up. Club stalwart Clive Stubbs will work directly with Greenfield to oversee the first team under the title of assistant manager whilst 'Dick' Semark will step up from the role as scout to take on management of the development squad. Rhys Griffiths will remain as the coach and assistant to Dick to maintain stability to the set up. Seamark is an extremely experienced manager who will certainly bring stability and structure to the development squad, he successfully managed Havant Ladies for many seasons and has years of experience in the female game.
Alongside the four match day coaches, Greenfield has introduced Will Boutwood as the strength and conditioning coach, Paul Dowdell as the goalkeeper coach, Matt Hubbard for match day analysis, Lauren Attree as the sports therapist and Richard Driscoll as a coach who will be working across both squads on training days.
Greenfield said: 'It's an exciting time at the club, we have all the right people in place for a great season. At Chichester we always want to maintain a professional atmosphere and with the staff we have in place now that will certainly be the case."
With pre season due to start next week, the appointments Greenfield has made are all well aware of the challenge ahead and he admitted: "I couldn't be happier with the people we have brought in."
If you are interested in playing for the club, please contact club secretary Caroline Henry Evans on email@example.com.
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