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24th 100 Club member – Stan Reynolds Garage Limited

by on Jun.12, 2019, under Harrisons Ground

Our 24th member of the Club’s 100 Club is Stan Reynolds Garage Limited. They are a Walsall based business that have been providing excellent service for many years – please see their contact details in the image below.   We are very grateful to them for supporting our fundraising efforts for Harrisons ground.   Members […]

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Blind Footballers and willing coaches wanted!

by on Jun.12, 2019, under Players & Teams Wanted

We are looking for players aged 16+ who are partially blind/blind to join new teams within the club.   We have always focused on Football for All and we are determined to provide fun filled football for any player of any ability and initially we are looking for a minimum of 3 players. It is […]

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Coaching & Playing Opportunities!!

by on Jun.11, 2019, under Players & Teams Wanted

We have coaching/managing and playing opportunities at the following 2019/20 age groups: – Boys Development Centre (for boys aged 4 to 6 starting out) – coaches required to assist a thriving centre. U17s Girls – manager required to join an excellent team. (Assistant manager in place.) U14s boys – players wanted to join a team […]

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by on May.29, 2019, under Boys' Development Centre

The Boys Development Centre is looking for Volunteers to help coach the sessions that we run, we expect more boys to join us over the coming months. We are looking for enthusiastic and motivated individuals who wish to give something back to the community, ex players and managers are more than welcome to come along, help […]

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