With a return for grassroots football seemingly hovering just over the horizon, Trinity Youth FC has put out a call to attract committed managers and coaches ahead of the 2020/21 campaign.
The Southend-based club has been a mainstay on the local soccer scene since being established in 1960. However, the club could lose several of their junior teams if potential supervisors are not identified.
“We have several Under 7 and 8 entry-level teams who need taking on,” Head of Youth Development, Scott Wallace, told Yellow Sport.
“An FA Level One qualification is desirable but not essential. The club will fund a level one course for potential coaches interested in taking on one of the roles.
“All we are looking for is a committed coach. Several of our teams have suffered letdowns and people who simply can’t commit every week.
Wallace insisted the club offered a terrific opportunity for anyone interested in taking up coaching: “It’s a great starting point for any aspiring coach as the teams are sitting here waiting for you to come in and they are a young age for you to come in and start from scratch,” he added.
“We are still open to taking on more players too and in an ideal scenario the manager of the team will be a parent – you tend to get the most commitment here but again, it’s not essential.”
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