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Casey Searches For Number Two To Help Push Squad On

Postby Alan Beckett » Tue Jan 29, 2013 5:27 pm

Casey Searches For Number Two To Help Push Squad On
Writes the Coleshill Herald

PAUL Casey is searching for an assistant manager to help him continue his rebuilding job at Coleshill Town.

Casey has seen his coaching staff decimated in the past week with Gary Stevens taking up a role in Walsall FC's Academy.

Mark Kavanagh has also left the club to join Racing Club Warwick, leaving Casey looking to add to his backroom team.

He said: "I have been left with a bit of a hole in terms of my coaching support and need some help.

"As a result I am looking for someone to come in as an assistant.

"I have worked with a lot of coaches and managers over the years and ideally it would be someone that I know who could come in.

"I would be keen to talk to anyone who has the relevant coaching badges, if they would like to get in touch with me.

"Any conversations would be in the strictest confidence."

Casey is available for a chat on 07877 735133.

Meanwhile, Casey has been left frustrated by the snow as the Midland Alliance programme was obliterated last weekend.

Coleshill's clash with Alvechurch was postponed while their home fixture against Heath Hayes on Tuesday night was also a victim of the weather.

Casey had hoped for a game after seeing his side draw 0-0 with Bridgnorth the week before, a result and performance which left him delighted.

"It was a cracking game and certainly not a 0-0 match," he said.

"We had enough chances to win the game 6-4 in my opinion.

"Their management team were saying they deserved the win but I certainly thought it was the other way around. We had the best of the chances.

"I thought it was a good performance from us and we were hoping to kick on at the weekend.

"Unfortunately the weather has again intervened and left us frustrated.

"We will just try to keep ticking over in the gym now until we get a game on.

"We have been doing some cycling, running and circuit work indoors.

"Other than that I am just relying on the lads to do their own fitness work as well.

"Hopefully the ice and snow will ease off soon so we can get back on the pitch."

Coleshill are due to travel to Ellesmere Rangers on Saturday (kick off 3pm) and then visit Boldmere St Michaels next Tuesday night (kick off 7.30pm).

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