Wells meet to discuss future plans

Friday 24th February 2006

There will be a meeting at Kentish Observer League club Tunbridge Wells to discuss the way its being run and it’s future plans.

The meeting, on Thursday 6th April, starts at 7:30pm and is being held inside the clubhouse at their base at Culverden Stadium, Culverden Down.

The idea has been hatched in conjunction with Phil Dowick (chairman) and Gary Stevens, the former England and Tottenham Hotspur star, whose the director of football at Foresters Football Club.

A statement issued on www.tunbridgewellsfc.co.uk said: “The meeting will be independently chaired and will be conducted in an open fashion in which all voices, views, representations and ideas can be heard.

“Whilst there can obviously be no three line whip at a football club, all members, supporters, players, coaches and officials are urged to make every effort to attend as this is a very important meeting.”

Meanwhile, the club, who entertain VCD Athletic at Culverden Stadium tomorrow, are already reaping benefits with their Foresters link.

Two players from Foresters’ under 16’s side have recently made their debuts for the Wells’ reserve side.

Anthus Davis played in midfield for the last 15 minutes in their recent game at Slade Green and Charlie Sharman was also listed among the substitutes, but didn’t come on.

Sharman was in the starting line-up a week later for the Reserve Division Cup quarter-final 4-3 defeat at Ashford Town, marking his debut by scoring his side’s opening goal at The Homelands.