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Nottingham Forest Ladies' Senior Head Coach and First Team Manager has been forced to step down from his role after just over two seasons at the helm.
It is with mutual regret that Stennett steps down from this role in the club - unfortunately due to family commitments that will be ongoing. Stennett has been an integral part of NFLFC under 18s and Senior set ups over the last three years, and before that a key Centre of Excellence coach for the club.
NFLFC would like to sincerely thank Steve Stennett for his commitment, tenacity, capability and passion over the past few years and wish him well with his family time going forward.
Club Chairperson, PJ Andrews says: "Steve has been a fantastic asset to this club and to me personally and we have nothing but respect, friendship and appreciation for him and his contribution. Whilst he will be really missed, I fully appreciate his reasons for leaving when family will now come first after many hours of dedication to the game.
"Whilst the timing can't be helped and is obviously not ideal, we have to move forward and after speaking with the senior players and the coaching staff - we are going to forge ahead and be pro-active to enhance to the senior set up management. In the meantime, there is a great sense of commitment, capability and enthusiasm from all the senior coaches and staff to step up in the last couple of weeks as we approach the season's start."
Steve Stennett says of his departure: "To say I am gutted would be an understatement - but after much communication with the club, due to these unforeseen circumstances of a personal nature, I could not give my full focus and time which is what the club and players deserve.
"I have been involved with the club over a number of years in a developmental role but these past three years with the senior players have been the most challenging, exciting, educational and interesting not to mention emotional and in club committee members I have had a tremendous amount of support and fully appreciate their understanding at this time which is not easy with only three weeks before the new season kicks off. There is a great crop of players this season with much ability and with so much commitment from the coaching staff there are so many positives to look forward to for all."
The club is now looking for a First Team Manager/Head Coach who will be gifted the opportunity to work with players from a 36-strong squad to play in the FA Women's Premier League (Northern Division).
The key roles of the position involves co-ordination, organisation and delivery of well -structured and professional coaching sessions on training evenings (Tuesday/Thursday) alongside delivering player specific development plans, player management and team cohesion activities throughout the season. Availability to manage and coach the team for all home and away games on Sundays and sometimes midweek is also essential.
Qualification Requirements: (Essential UEFA B Licence, Desirable UEFA A Licence or working towards). Relevant experience of coaching/managing a women's Premier League team or equivalent experience will be prioritised.
Whilst the position is not salaried, it gifts a great opportunity for development, satisfaction and freedom to the right candidate to implement initiatives and own style.
For further discussion candidates are asked to e-mail Steve Gray (Club Operations Manager) in the first instance with CV to: email@example.com.
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