Jamie Coyle and Jack Parkinson sign new deals to stay at Welling United until the end of next season
WELLING UNITED owner Mark Goldberg says first team manager Jamie Coyle and player-coach Jack Parkinson have signed deals to remain at the club until the end of next season.
Goldberg told www.wellingunited.com: ““I am pleased to confirm that Jamie Coyle has accepted the role of first team manager for the next 2018/19 season, working alongside player-coach Jack Parkinson, ensuring continuity and consistency both on and off the pitch.
NEW DEAL: Welling United manager Jamie Coyle has
signed a new contract to stay at Park View Road.
Photo: Welling United FC
“Jamie will also take a lead role in our scholarship post sixteen program for the 2018/19 season, providing the perfect link intro from the first team for the future for our newly formed Welling United Academy and Youth programme.
“I would like to wish Jamie and Jack the very best of luck for the remainder of this season and in their preparations for next season.”
Meanwhile, midfielder Ryan Hall, 30, has signed for Welling United as a direct replacement for the departing Harley Willard, who elected to go on trial at another club.
Hall left Bostik Premier Division side Merstham, where he lined up with his younger brother Reece, earlier in the week.
Welling United are in tenth-place in the Vanarama National League South with 41 points from 27 games, five points adrift of seventh-placed Braintree Town, and welcome third-from-bottom side Gloucester City at Park View Road tomorrow (15:00).
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