With nearly 50 teams in place next season, the club is looking for another Welfare Officer to be in place to help give guidance to parents, players and parents. Fortunately, despite our size, we have excellent controls and systems in place to ensure our young people are protected. This is a worthy and valuable role and training is given. Anyone out there like to give more to the biggest Club in Staffordshire and the FA National Community Club of the Year?

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    Welcome aboard Whizzasmom!

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