by on Aug.23, 2018, under Ladies Reserves, Men First Team, Mens Reserves 18/19, News

COME ON WYRLEY!!! The mens first team start their home campaign on this Saturday ko 3.00pm. Adam, Jason and Billy have put together a strong squad and the club are positive about the forthcoming season. All players representing boys and girls teams from u16’s and below are entitled to a free season ticket, this ticket allows entry into […]

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Wise words!!

by on Apr.24, 2018, under News

Some wise words follow from Level 2 Coach, Wayne Homer: – Why don’t you start with your strongest team and if we’re 4 nil up, then make changes”? “Don’t change the team when it’s a close game” Just two of the many things that people have said to me over the last 6 years whilst […]

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Thank you to all our volunteers!!

by on Apr.24, 2018, under News

As the season draws to an end, it’s a timely reminder to thank all the volunteers within the club for what they do. We could not exist without the coaches, managers, team, treasurers and secretaries, committee members and fund raisers, mums (and dads) who wash kits, dads (and mums) who take their children to training […]

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Football for All – more players wanted.

by on Mar.18, 2018, under Blind Team 18/19, Boys' Development Centre, Deaf Team 18/19, Girls' Academy, Ladies Cougars Veterans, News, Veterans 18/19, Veterans PV 18/19, Wyrley Laners Ability Counts Open Age team 18/19, Wyrley Laners Ability Counts U16s team 18/19, Wyrley Mums Play Football Centre 18/19, Wyrley Wellbeing Team 18/19

The Club has the following in place : – A Boys Development Centre (for boys aged 4 to 6 starting their football journey) that was created 22 years ago. An FA SSE Wildcats Centre (formerly our Girls Academy for girls aged 4 to 6 who are new to the game) that was started 20 years […]

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