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Posted 19th July 2011, 10:30 in
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Westfield Want Combination Football

The 2011-12 season promises to be an exciting time at Westfield Ladies FC.

Manager Paul Nicholls has made a number of changes in a quest to bring Combination football to the Woking based club.

On the pitch new players have joined, including those from the Combination and Southern Premier Leagues, to support and strengthen last season’s squad.

Off the pitch, a brand new multi-million pound ground with new facilities and re-laid pitch should give a good base and impressive venue to host opponents. Added to that, a generous sponsorship package has already come in to help with funding and secure their indoor winter training location.

A newly established development link with a Super League team should also help move the club forward, without compromising the remarkable successes the players have achieved so far.

Westfield Ladies have also added to the coaching staff. Manager Paul said “I’ve been lucky to have Stephen Kick in his role as Ladies Chairman, supporting me behind the scenes and dealing with all the off field bits and pieces.

"Now we also have the welcomed arrival of Level 3 coach, Chris Lyons. Chris will take on the role of assistant manager and brings with him a wealth of experience in the women's game. We are all relishing the opportunity that this season provides, and working hard to help the team progress and fulfil its aims”.

Pre-season is underway but there is still room for one or two players of the right ability looking to join an ambitious club moving in the right direction. For more information, please contact Paul Nicholls on 07802 664579 or pablini1982@hotmail.com

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