10:00AM, Sunday 29 March 2020
Maidenhead United Women are keen to recruit new volunteers to help it compete against the best teams in FA Women’s National League Division 1 South West.
The Magpies have struggled to match their counterparts so far this season, winning just two matches, but they do hope to match the likes of Southampton, Swindon Town and Exeter City in the coming seasons.
Therefore they’re actively looking to strengthen in a number of off-field positions and believe the roles could provide someone with an ideal opportunity to cut their teeth in the world of football.
The roles they are scouting for are a sports science/fitness coach, to help monitor, plan and maintain the team’s fitness levels. To often this season the side hasn’t been able to maintain their performance over 90 minutes so this would be a key addition.
They’d also like a kit manager, videographer and scout to join the women’s team.
With the league and cup season now likely to have come to an end over the coronavirus, the team will be holding trials, when it is save to do so, for the 2020/21 season.
Maidenhead United Women were formed in 2008 and play their matches at York Road. They ply their trade in the regional fourth tier of English football.
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