Cromer FC inviting applications for manager’s job
Cromer Town continue to invite applications for the manager's job after a successful season that will see them finish either sixth or seventh in the Anglian Combination Premier Division table after struggling for survival during the summer.
The Crabs have ended the season superbly with a run of impressive results and this success was achieved by the players and management that stuck with the club through the tough times, when the club was in danger of folding due to financial difficulties.
However having survived Cromer Town do not want to find themselves in the same situation again and have put together a '3-Year and Beyond' plan. One of the main aims of this plan is for Cromer to become a stepping stone for the young players in the area to be introduced into adult football.
Another part of this project is to seek a manager that will be one of the main figures at the forefront of the club's plan. This post is open to internal and external applicants - with current boss Chris Carey invited to apply - and Cromer Town FC are now accepting applications for this position.
Any individual who feels they are suitably qualified to take on the role to help develop the club are encouraged to send their CVs to secretary Richard Cox by post: 36 Shipden Avenue, Cromer, NR27 9BD or by email: email@example.com. Interviews will then take place in May.
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The current Anglian Combination season is now drawing to a close with two of the region's sides playing their final games of the campaign on Saturday.
North Walsham made sure of a highly respectable third place finish in Division One when they beat relegated Hempnall 5-0 at Greens Road.
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It was another successful afternoon for prolific marksman Dale Wilton who scored twice to take his overall ttally to an impressive 38 in 30 games.
Lewis Smith, Daniel Reynolds and Jordan Tipple were also on target in an emphatic victory.
Stalham Town finished ninth in the same section after going down 3-1 at promoted Harleston Town. Their goal came from Lawrence Cheese while Ben Warren, Jake Imrie and David Norman were on target for the hosts.