Ashford Town unveil Langley as new reserve team boss

Thursday 10th August 2006

Ashford Town are pleased to announce that Richard Langley has been appointed as reserve team manager with immediate effect.

Richard Langley, whose a UEFA B coach,
joins his home-town club as reserve team

Langley has been assistant manager at Sittingbourne since 2004 and prior to that was at Dover Athletic for four years where he progressed from Under 15/16 coach to first team manager via reserve team management and has had a spell with Folkestone Invicta.

Mark Jenner, the chief executive of the Homelands club, told
"With a wealth of experience in Kent football Richard will be a great asset to the club having the contacts and player knowledge necessary to rebuild our Reserve squad for the coming season.

“Richard also has the advantage of living in Ashford and is qualified to UEFA B standard.

“With the promise of immediately correcting the poor disciplinary record in the team last season Richard is already looking for new players to add to those retained from last time and has organised trials at the Ridge next Tuesday 15th August. (Football boots not trainers) Phone the club for details if you are interested.

“I would like to welcome Richard to our club personally and hope that our relationship turns out to be beneficial all round as we look forward to the start of the season.”