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Experienced Coade Returns to Peacehaven
Experienced Coade Returns to Peacehaven
Former Lewes head coach Tony Coade has re-joined Southern Combination League Premier Division club Peacehaven & Telscombe ahead of the 2020/21 season.
Tuesday 30 June 20 I 09:23:41 I Photo by

Coade spent nearly five years at The Dripping Pan with the Isthmian Premier League outfit as head coach including nearly three months as joint manager with Ross Standen.

 

Prior to joining Lewes in October 2015, UEFA B qualified coach Coade was head coach at Peacehaven and was part of the successful management team which took the team from the Sussex County League to the Isthmian Premier League in successive seasons.

 

Along the way they won the Sussex Senior Cup as well as winning the Isthmian League South title with what was then a record number of points.

 

In his playing days, Coade played for amongst other teams, League of Ireland side Cork Hibs as well as playing in Italy for Serie C side Pro Palazzonlo.

 

Coade has a long affinity with Peacehaven and alongside his senior coaching role he will also continue to run the club’s academy with director of football Mark Shutt as well as coaching the youngsters on Saturday mornings.

 

Director of Football and first-team manager Mark Shutt told https://www.peacehavenfootball.com: “I am delighted to get a man, coach and friend of Tony’s pedigree. He brings considerable experience and knowledge to our set up and I can’t wait to begin working with him.”

 

Coade added: “I’m massively excited. I love and have always loved Peacehaven & Telscombe FC and now everything seems right to come back. I had a great time at Lewes and made many friends there and I wish them the very best for the new season.

 

"I’ve been talking to Mark for a few weeks about returning and I can’t wait to get going once we can restart”.

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Experienced Coade Returns to Peacehaven
Experienced Coade Returns to Peacehaven
Tuesday 30 June 20 I 09:23:41
Photo by

Coade spent nearly five years at The Dripping Pan with the Isthmian Premier League outfit as head coach including nearly three months as joint manager with Ross Standen.

 

Prior to joining Lewes in October 2015, UEFA B qualified coach Coade was head coach at Peacehaven and was part of the successful management team which took the team from the Sussex County League to the Isthmian Premier League in successive seasons.

 

Along the way they won the Sussex Senior Cup as well as winning the Isthmian League South title with what was then a record number of points.

 

In his playing days, Coade played for amongst other teams, League of Ireland side Cork Hibs as well as playing in Italy for Serie C side Pro Palazzonlo.

 

Coade has a long affinity with Peacehaven and alongside his senior coaching role he will also continue to run the club’s academy with director of football Mark Shutt as well as coaching the youngsters on Saturday mornings.

 

Director of Football and first-team manager Mark Shutt told https://www.peacehavenfootball.com: “I am delighted to get a man, coach and friend of Tony’s pedigree. He brings considerable experience and knowledge to our set up and I can’t wait to begin working with him.”

 

Coade added: “I’m massively excited. I love and have always loved Peacehaven & Telscombe FC and now everything seems right to come back. I had a great time at Lewes and made many friends there and I wish them the very best for the new season.

 

"I’ve been talking to Mark for a few weeks about returning and I can’t wait to get going once we can restart”.

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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