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Thornton Redbacks FC Herald WPL First Grade Coach

July 10th, 2018

Thornton Redbacks FC Herald Women’s Premier League (WPL) is seeking expressions of interests for a High Profile 1st Grade Player/Coach for their Herald WPL in 2019.

The successful applicant must:

  • Be willing to meet the coaching requirements as set down by NNSWF
  • Be Self motivated and Energetic
  • Have a broad knowledge and understanding of gameplay and tactics
  • Organise and run High Intensity coaching sessions
  • Have a willingness to follow the clubs direction in regards to women’s football
  • Be able to supply a Working with Children check

Interested persons can obtain further information from:

Director Women’s Football – Alan Primmer – alanp@aje.com.au(M) 0428672944

WPL Coordinator – Michael Hurn – michael.hurn@bigpond.com(H) 49663462 – (M) 0412987263

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