who took charge of what turned out to be the final two games of the season
after being named interim manager initially, has impressed with both his player
and coaching team acquisitions, which will be announced when it is a more
appropriate time to do so.
told the club`s website: “I am delighted to be given the opportunity. I can’t
wait for the new pitch to be installed and to play the kind of football I want
to play. With the players I am bringing in we will be an attractive side to
watch and we will foster a healthy relationship with the Juniors and Youth. It
is a very exciting time and I’m so privileged to be a part of the future and to
continue in bringing the club pathways together.”
chairman Gary Vella added: “We have had a lot of very good applications and I
would like to thank all those who expressed an interest and to who I have
spoken to. The club has seen Jason at work throughout last season and together
with his plans matching the club`s philosophy and ambition we are delighted
with Jason becoming manager at this exciting time”.