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C & K Basildon Ladies have announced that former Southend United manager Steve Tilson has been appointed First Team manager following John Hinz' decision to step down at the end of the 2014-15 season.
After two very successful seasons, Hinz has had to step down due to work commitments. In his first season as first team manager, Hinz led the club to the runners-up spot in the club's first season in the South East Combination League, just missing out on the league title by one point, as well as finishing as runners-up in the League Cup.
In the following season, the first team won the newly formed FA Women's Premier League South East Division One, and with it gained promotion to the Southern Division, as well as winning the Essex County Cup.
Steve Tilson is a holder of the UEFA "A" and UEFA Pro-Licence and has been head coach at C & K Basildon since 2012. Danny Greaves, who also holds the "UEFA "A" coaching licence, has joined the club as assistant manager to Steve Tilson. Lee Harrison, holder of the UEFA "A" coaching licence and the UEFA "A" goalkeeping coaching licence continues in his role as goalkeeping coach.
Peter King, Managing Director of C & K Basildon Ladies, stated: "It is unfortunate that John has had to step down after two very successful seasons due to work commitments. However, we have in place a very experienced management team of Steve Tilson, Danny Greaves and Lee Harrison.
"Steve, Danny and Lee all hold the UEFA "A" coaching licence, and there cannot be many ladies football teams who have three UEFA "A" qualified coaches on their staff."
Backing up the ladies off of the pitch, Chartered Physiotherapist Paul Smith will continue to treat the ladies injuries, along with Therapist, Alan Richards.
If you would like to be part of C&K Basildon Ladies, then please contact Peter King on (07801) 975903 or firstname.lastname@example.org for further information. Details of pre-season training will be announced within the next few days.
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