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National appointment for General Manager
 Women's Football News 7 Dec 2015
Yeovil Town Ladies FC General Manager Trevor Jenkins has been appointed as ECFA Women's National Team Assistant Coach. 
The England Colleges FA National Team, consist of the most elite female players in the country, who are studying within a college environment, where the squad joins together at national training camps, along with fixtures against other national teams, along with a tour and fixture in another country.
Jenkins, who is UEFA B Licence qualified and has undertook the UEFA A Prep Course, is also head coach at the clubs new educational partner at Bridgwater College, where he works alongside Welsh International and Yeovil first team player Nicola Cousins.
Jenkins will be working alongside a UEFA A License Head Coach at ECFA, with their first national camp running this weekend at the Etihad Campus, home of Manchester City.
In the new year, the ECFA National Team will come together to play against the ISFA National Squad, before a fixture against the Welsh National Squad, being played at Dragon Park. The team will then travel to Portugal for their tour, which takes place in March.
Speaking about his appointment, Jenkins said: "This is a great opportunity for myself to develop further as a coach and to work alongside another highly experienced coach will be very exciting.
"The squad will be very talented, which will push me even further and stretch me as a coach and I'm looking forward to working in this environment.
"I feel I have a lot to offer and I will of course give it 100% effort to help the squad."
This position also highlights the direction which the Bridgwater College partnership is going, where the club is hoping to recruit the best players in the region to experience training and playing at a high level. With both Jenkins and Cousins, both UEFA B qualified and also either playing or coaching at the highest level, it will give talented female players the best opportunity to succeed.

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