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New Set-Up at Paget Rangers
New Set-Up at Paget Rangers
A consortium led by James Parker has completed its takeover of Total Motion Midland League Division One club Paget Rangers, replacing the previous Board.
Wednesday 29 April 20 I 08:23:13 I Photo by

Parker becomes the club’s new chairman and he will now set about formalising the new Boardroom structure.

 

The consortium is composed of ten local businessmen and these will work alongside the existing volunteers and committee members to continue to drive Paget Rangers forward.

 

As part of the takeover, Paget Rangers Football Club and Birmingham St George’s Junior Football Club have merged with immediate effect.

 

This move will see all of Birmingham St George’s existing junior teams come under the Paget Rangers banner in both the JPL and MJPL.

 

As a result, from next season, Paget Rangers will be fielding a youth team in every age group from under-7s to under-19s as well as an open age adult team in the Midland League.

 

The new structure will also develop girls` teams and a women’s team in the very near future. It is hoped that Paget Rangers will be able to field two sides in every junior age group.

 

The new consortium have moved quickly to appoint coaches to various roles with the first team, Parker himself will be manager, ably assisted by Dwight Blake, with Mark Robinson as matchday coach and former Portsmouth and Cambridge United midfielder Courtney Pitt (pictured) as head coach.

 

Also part of the management team are Rob Francis, whilst Martin Gethin has been appointed as fitness coach. The important role of club welfare officer is to be shared between Sam Newbold and Michelle Parker.

 

Finally, the new consortium felt it was extremely important to recognise the hard work, commitment and dedication of those who had helped to get Paget Rangers to where it is today.

 

The consortium has therefore appointed former chairman Matthew Dainty to the honorary role of Club President.

 

Dainty will continue to have a strong say and influence on the club’s Board and decision-making process as well as offering guidance and support as the club continues to develop and progress.

 

Dainty’s role will ensure that the club’s traditional values and heritage are at the forefront of everyone’s mind going forward as Paget Rangers looks to establish itself as one of the leading clubs in the North Birmingham area.

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New Set-Up at Paget Rangers
New Set-Up at Paget Rangers
Wednesday 29 April 20 I 08:23:13
Photo by

Parker becomes the club’s new chairman and he will now set about formalising the new Boardroom structure.

 

The consortium is composed of ten local businessmen and these will work alongside the existing volunteers and committee members to continue to drive Paget Rangers forward.

 

As part of the takeover, Paget Rangers Football Club and Birmingham St George’s Junior Football Club have merged with immediate effect.

 

This move will see all of Birmingham St George’s existing junior teams come under the Paget Rangers banner in both the JPL and MJPL.

 

As a result, from next season, Paget Rangers will be fielding a youth team in every age group from under-7s to under-19s as well as an open age adult team in the Midland League.

 

The new structure will also develop girls` teams and a women’s team in the very near future. It is hoped that Paget Rangers will be able to field two sides in every junior age group.

 

The new consortium have moved quickly to appoint coaches to various roles with the first team, Parker himself will be manager, ably assisted by Dwight Blake, with Mark Robinson as matchday coach and former Portsmouth and Cambridge United midfielder Courtney Pitt (pictured) as head coach.

 

Also part of the management team are Rob Francis, whilst Martin Gethin has been appointed as fitness coach. The important role of club welfare officer is to be shared between Sam Newbold and Michelle Parker.

 

Finally, the new consortium felt it was extremely important to recognise the hard work, commitment and dedication of those who had helped to get Paget Rangers to where it is today.

 

The consortium has therefore appointed former chairman Matthew Dainty to the honorary role of Club President.

 

Dainty will continue to have a strong say and influence on the club’s Board and decision-making process as well as offering guidance and support as the club continues to develop and progress.

 

Dainty’s role will ensure that the club’s traditional values and heritage are at the forefront of everyone’s mind going forward as Paget Rangers looks to establish itself as one of the leading clubs in the North Birmingham area.

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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