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Norton and Bungay Vets seek boss

PUBLISHED: 12:26 18 June 2010 | UPDATED: 09:49 01 August 2010

NORTON Athletic FC are still looking for a Reserves team manager.

They play in Division Two of the Notley's Lowestoft League and the role would be suited for someone starting out in management, someone who has finished playing and looking to take their first steps or anyone who is looking for a change.

NORTON Athletic FC are still looking for a Reserves team manager.

They play in Division Two of the Notley's Lowestoft League and the role would be suited for someone starting out in management, someone who has finished playing and looking to take their first steps or anyone who is looking for a change.

You would receive full backing from a hard-working committee and be joining a strong nucleus of players at a club with a good social scene.

If this role interests you then please contact Scott Yarham on 07901 825648 in the first instance.

Training commences at the Norton Subcourse pitch on Thursday, July 8 and Monday, July 12 at 7pm and will continue weekly throughout the summer (friendlies permitting).

Once the season starts they will move back to Hobart High School under lights.

Any players who are interested in joining can come along to the session or again contact Scott on the number above for more information.

And Bungay Town's successful Vets' team are also looking for a new manager. Paul Whiting, who has managed the side from its inception about five years ago and was instrumental in setting up the side, has decided to finally step down.

He leaves behind a committed and experienced side who need new leadership from the top. Call new Bungay Town secretary, Mick Simpson, on 07971 168446 for more details.


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