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West Midlands Regional Premiership side, Stockingford A A Pavilion Ladies Football Club, is delighted to announce the appointment of Joe Hughes as Manager and Head Coach with immediate effect.
Hughes has taken over the managerial role from Dave Cartwright who had been in charge at Piv Ladies since 2016. Cartwright explained it had been a difficult and emotional decision to retire from the Club that he guided to a League Championship and Cup winning double in his first season.
Club Chairman, Dominic Prendergast, stated that the Club is thrilled to have secured the appointment of Joe Hughes. He brings both experience and a true passion to further develop our players by building their confidence, ability, tactical knowledge and awareness. Prendergast added that Joe would lead the Green Army's Player Development Programme and that he would add to the Coaching Team in due course. We wish him every success in his new role and in supporting our ambition of promoting a winning culture.
Regarding his appointment, Joe Hughes said: "I am extremely excited to be given the opportunity to become the Manager of the Green Army. I have been really impressed by the structure that the club has in place and the passion of the people working behind the scenes.
"I cannot wait to start working with the squad and helping the club to be successful on the pitch next season."
Joe Hughes formerly coached at Coventry United Ladies FC and was Manager of their reserve team from 2017-2019.
With the short term future of team sports uncertain, Stockingford A A Pavilion Ladies FC is planning for the 2020-21 to start as scheduled. Consequently, Piv Ladies, which is Nuneaton's highest placed Women's Club, invites females aged 16+ to register their interest in trying out for the team by e-mailing email@example.com.
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