You are here: Home - News - Olsen Takes REMYCA Helm  
 
Olsen Takes REMYCA Helm
Olsen Takes REMYCA Helm
Hallmark Security League Premier Division club Litherland REMYCA have announced the appointment of James Olsen as their new manager.
Friday 22 June 18 I 00:00:00 I Photo by

Olsen takes charge of the REMY ahead of their upcoming inaugural campaign in the NWCFL Premier Division.

 

He becomes REMYCA's third manager in the last three years following the departure of Paul McNally by mutual consent last month.

 

Alongside his commitments with the Jamie Carragher Soccer School and Everton, Olsen will head up REMYCA's efforts in the Premier Division.

 

The new manager is no stranger to this level of football, with previous spells at clubs including Bootle and, after spells with Tranmere Rovers and Macclesfield Town as a player, spent six or seven years as a player in non-League football with the likes of Vauxhall Motors, Altrincham, Barrow, Southport, Stalybridge Celtic, Colwyn Bay and Marine AFC.

 

Chairman Don Rimmer told remyca.co.uk of his excitement of hiring a manager of Olsen's calibre: "We are excited to be able to appoint a football man of James' calibre. He has played as a professional at Liverpool, Tranmere and Macclesfield, and managed previously in non-League football - most recently at Bootle FC.

 

"He is a top-level coach running a renowned coaching company locally and currently works with young professionals at Everton FC."

 

Rimmer goes on to praise the new boss' qualities and looks ahead to the future with him at the helm: "He shares the clubs vision and ambitions and as a dynamic, modern coach/manager setting high professional standards his drive, expertise and influence will help take the club to the next level".

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.
Top Stories & Videos
Saturday`s Emirates FA Cup Preliminary Round Upsets and Big Winners
It was a busy Saturday in the Emirates FA Cup Preliminary Round and there were several upsets and a lot of `near misses`.
Saturday`s Vanarama National League Round-Up
 
Hawkins Returns to Dereham on Loan
 
 
Allassanio Returns to Dulwich
 
Harrogate Take Imps Midfielder On Season`s Loan
 
Bees Take Young Defender on Loan from QPR
 
Armani Little Vs Welling National League South Play-Off Final 12/06/19
 
Paul Hodges | Signing On For 2019/20
 
Peter Jameson interview - York City
 
Micky Cummins on Jameson's arrival - York City
 
Mark Yeates Joins AFC Fylde!
 
Steve Thompson on Wilkinson Departure
 
 
     
 
 
Olsen Takes REMYCA Helm
Olsen Takes REMYCA Helm
Friday 22 June 18 I 00:00:00
Photo by

Olsen takes charge of the REMY ahead of their upcoming inaugural campaign in the NWCFL Premier Division.

 

He becomes REMYCA's third manager in the last three years following the departure of Paul McNally by mutual consent last month.

 

Alongside his commitments with the Jamie Carragher Soccer School and Everton, Olsen will head up REMYCA's efforts in the Premier Division.

 

The new manager is no stranger to this level of football, with previous spells at clubs including Bootle and, after spells with Tranmere Rovers and Macclesfield Town as a player, spent six or seven years as a player in non-League football with the likes of Vauxhall Motors, Altrincham, Barrow, Southport, Stalybridge Celtic, Colwyn Bay and Marine AFC.

 

Chairman Don Rimmer told remyca.co.uk of his excitement of hiring a manager of Olsen's calibre: "We are excited to be able to appoint a football man of James' calibre. He has played as a professional at Liverpool, Tranmere and Macclesfield, and managed previously in non-League football - most recently at Bootle FC.

 

"He is a top-level coach running a renowned coaching company locally and currently works with young professionals at Everton FC."

 

Rimmer goes on to praise the new boss' qualities and looks ahead to the future with him at the helm: "He shares the clubs vision and ambitions and as a dynamic, modern coach/manager setting high professional standards his drive, expertise and influence will help take the club to the next level".

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.
Top Stories
Saturday`s Vanarama National League Round-Up
Saturday 24 August 19 I 16:32:56
Hawkins Returns to Dereham on Loan
Saturday 24 August 19 I 10:41:37
Allassanio Returns to Dulwich
Saturday 24 August 19 I 10:36:14
Harrogate Take Imps Midfielder On Season`s Loan
Saturday 24 August 19 I 10:29:59
Around the leagues
The National League read all the latest news from the National League
Evo-Stik Northern Premier League latest headlines
Evo-Stik Southern League latest headlines
The Isthmian League latest headlines
Hallmark Security North West Counties League latest headlines