Vacancy – Fulham DFC Reserves Manager
It is with regret that Leo Mansell, the Fulham Deaf Reserves squad manager is stepping down at the end of this season to focus on his new job, being fatherhood!
The reserves under Leo have enjoyed their best ever season, the squad has matured and gelled since its formation and has this year made an impression on the British Deaf Football scene, by beating Leeds DFC 5-1, before going out of the English Deaf Cup to former British Deaf and English Deaf Champions Doncaster DFC, in game which saw Doncaster DFC embarrassed by the reserves gutsy and battling performance, which kept the scoreline at 0-0 until seventy minutes, before the deadlock was broken.
We at the club are thankful for the sterling work Leo has done this season, and are sad to see him go. To our delight Leo has stated his desire to stay involved with the club in a different capacity. Meanwhile we send our congratulations to Leo and his wife Rebecca and wish them both all the very best!
The reserves compete in the Surrey South Eastern Combination Division Four, and the English Deaf Cup.
If you are interested, or know of someone who would be interested in taking on a new challenge, this could be someone who used to play football but has been out of the game for a long time and would relish the chance to get back in the game and join an established football club, please send an email to Nick Beese, at email@example.com
/// Job Description.
To manage the Fulham Deaf Reserves Menâ€™s Football Squad
// Reporting Lines
Reports to the FDFC Committee
// Duties and Responsibilities
To arrange a pool of players
To liaise with 1st team manager re pool of players
To liaise with players to arrange coaching / training sessions
To liaise with players to arrange matches
To manage all aspects of the reserve squad
The manager will have the final say on the selection of players
To liaise with the secretary, players and coaches on arrangements for travel to club activities.
Keep themselves and their technical staff fully informed of all development activities / training
To liaise with the club committee on all requirements for equipment and kit
To give/delegate match reports/updates to the website
Follow and promote the FDFC Code of Conduct
// Person Specification
To have good knowledge and experience in football
Able to communicate and feedback on teamâ€™s performance
Has had management experience of working with a team
Has experience of working with a coach
Able to sign or willing to learn British Sign Language
Excellent organisational and planning skills
Able to be enthusiastic and support players
Able to monitor playerâ€™s performances and provide objectives and targets for them to improve their skills and performance
You will be provided with a FFC managerâ€™s polo shirt, tracksuit and winter coat
All equipment is organised and purchased for you by the FDFC Committee
Training and home games are organised by the secretary on your behalf
All home games and training take place at the FFC Training Ground, Motspur Park
Pre-season starts in the middle of July.
If you wish to apply for the job, please send an email to Nick Beese, at firstname.lastname@example.org with your football CV.