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Changes at Chichester City
 Women's Football WPL South News - 6 Apr 2018
Chichester City Ladies are delighted to announce the appointment of Rob Kerr as the new Business Manager.
The appointment follows on from Alan Crozier becoming the club's General Manager with the ambition of getting Chichester into the Women's Championship.
In his new role, he will be working with the club's sponsors and commercial partners going forwards and brings a lot of great skills and attributes. Kerr knows Chichester City, its role in the community and the values behind the badge with his involvement in the Youth setup.
On taking up the new role he said: "Upon talking to Alan Crozier recently, we discussed where the club is going and I thought the plans were fantastic for the club and Chichester as a City.
"I really couldn't turn down the offer to be a part of this and add my experience to really push the club to the next level and beyond."
With immediate effect, Crozier will step up to the role of General Manager which is one of the criteria set out by the FA for clubs looking to become a part of the new restructure top leagues - the Women's Super League and Championship divisions.
In his new role, he will take on more of the operational duties at the club which will affect both on and off the pitch plans for Chichester.
Club chairwoman Caroline Henry-Evans was delighted to have Crozier accept this new position at the club. She said: "The work Alan has put into his business management role has taken the club to new levels behind the scenes.
"We want to progress and become ready to make the step up the leagues over the next few years and the first stage is a general manager.
"I couldn't think of a better person to do this role and it is a pleasure to have him on board. I love working with Alan and I am excited about his plans for our future."
Chichester City Ladies are also delighted to announce that Leaders Limited have signed a deal to stay on as the club's main sponsors for the 2018-19 season.
This season, Leaders came on board as the club played at the highest level in its history.
With the backing of Leaders, Chichester have enjoyed a good first season in the FA Women's Premier League Southern Division and made it to the Fifth Round of the SSE Women's FA Cup where the club hosted Liverpool.
Leaders Branch Manager Ian Colban said: "We are very happy to be sponsoring Chichester for the second year - they are a fantastic example of hard work, dedication and belief paying off and I can only see them getting better and stronger as they go forward.
"It was fantastic to be involved in the FA Cup run this year which gave the whole city a lift. I am sure they can go the extra couple of steps next season.
"At Leaders, we are very conscious of being able to do what we can to get involved in the community and to raise the profile of success stories like the ladies football club.
"We wish them every success in the future!"
Leaders' company logo will be present on the front of the home and away kits once again for the new season when the leagues reform.

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