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Penn & Tyler Green 2017

Andreas Latta

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Allied Counties Team Head Coach


Following the installation of floodlights, Penn & Tylers Green FC will be forming a new Allied Counties team for the season 2020 – 21. Over the last five years there has been significant investment in the clubs playing infrastructure with the installation of a new pitch and floodlights. The club has achieved success on the pitch at both first team and development team level and we have thriving junior boys, girls and ladies’ teams.

We are now inviting applications for the role of Allied Counties Head Coach. We are interested in talking to ambitious coaches who wish to manage at team at this level and to be part of the senior pathway at Penn. The club currently have a Development and 1st Team which play in the Hellenic League and the Allied Counties team will be the foundation level to senior, men’s football at Penn.

Coaches should apply with a cover letter / email setting out why they are interested and what they would bring to the role. You should also include a football CV setting out your playing, coaching and managerial experience. We would expect all applicants to have achieved or be working towards FA level 2 coaching qualifications and we would actively encourage and fund future coach education programmes. All applicants must hold a current FA CRC and emergency first aid certificate.

Applications should be made via email to our Chairman, Tony Hurst. The deadline for applications is Friday 7th February with successful applicants being invited to an interview in mid to late February. The club will look to appoint a manager as soon as possible after this date.

Please note this is a voluntary position but football related expenses will be covered by the club

Contact Details

Tony Hurst – Chairman, Penn & Tylers Green FC