Following the most successful season in our history, the club’s management committee has made a number of changes in order to underpin future growth and success with a sustainable infrastructure.
Nathan Kosky has been made Vice Chairman and will continue to help manage web and social media channels as well as future developmental projects across the club.
Nigel Burns has been made Executive Club Secretary. This new role will see Nigel providing high level support to all the existing club secretaries, as well as ensure all the club’s legal and FA obligations are met.
Tony Gold is now Head of Youth Development & Coaching. This role is pivotal in ensuring we provide the best footballing education and learning environment possible to the boys and girls playing for Lions.
Lee Glassar has been invited to join the management and will become Head of Operations & Communications. Lee will work to provide the club with new robust structure and systems, as well as improved communications to members and parents, as well as the wider Jewish community. He will be looking to also create fund raising opportunities throughout the season, which will be a necessity for the club to achieve its full potential and growth aspirations.
Andy Emden is another new recruit to the committee, his remit will be to provide an effective communications channel between Junior managers and the club.
Expect to see a new Lions online shop, new communication channels for Junior player development, enhanced social media and other initiatives. Please keep a close eye on our club newsletters as things unfold.
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