Staines Town FC is delighted to announce the appointment MICK WOODHAM as the new First Team Manager.
Mick brings a wealth of experience of the non-League game, having spent some eight seasons at his hometown club, Windsor FC, at whose Stag Meadow ground he was also previously a player. He has also served Bracknell Town and, in recent weeks, Slough Town, where he had assisted former Swans man Jon Underwood in a scouting capacity. Mick achieved stability and success with The Royalists, including County and League Cup medals and two superb runs in the FA Vase.
Swans Chairman Kevin Rowell said, “I am very excited to be working with Mick as we face the challenge of returning to football following a long lay-off. We had a number of excellent applicants for the post, and Mick greatly impressed us with his solid work ethic and his deep understanding of the game at our level”.
Mick becomes the 31st person to hold the position at Staines Town, and joins the Club after an unusually long hiatus following the departure of the previous manager while competitive football has been suspended due to CoViD-19.