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Simmonds Steps Down at Pagham
Simmonds Steps Down at Pagham
Southern Combination League Premier Division club Pagham have announced that Tom Simmonds has stepped down from his role as first-team manager with immediate effect, due to personal reasons.
Saturday 15 June 19 I 18:15:38 I Photo by

Chairman Tony Shea and his committee have put on record how grateful they are for his commitment over the past five years and have recognised what a magnificent job he has done during his time at the club.

 

From winning under-18 league titles two seasons on the trot and being cup winners in the same season, to winning the `double` at under-21 level, then taking on the first team joint-manager role with Ritchie Hellen, guiding the team to finish third in the Premier Division, RUR Cup finalists and Sussex Senior Cup semi-finalists in the same season.

 

Shea said: “Tom`s dedication over the last five years speaks volumes about the man and we will miss him at Nyetimber Lane.

 

“We wish him all the best for the future”.

 

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Simmonds Steps Down at Pagham
Simmonds Steps Down at Pagham
Saturday 15 June 19 I 18:15:38
Photo by

Chairman Tony Shea and his committee have put on record how grateful they are for his commitment over the past five years and have recognised what a magnificent job he has done during his time at the club.

 

From winning under-18 league titles two seasons on the trot and being cup winners in the same season, to winning the `double` at under-21 level, then taking on the first team joint-manager role with Ritchie Hellen, guiding the team to finish third in the Premier Division, RUR Cup finalists and Sussex Senior Cup semi-finalists in the same season.

 

Shea said: “Tom`s dedication over the last five years speaks volumes about the man and we will miss him at Nyetimber Lane.

 

“We wish him all the best for the future”.

 

Copyright Non League Today. Permission to use quotations from this article is granted subject to appropriate credit being given to the Non League Today website as the source and a link back to the Non League Today website.
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