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Rylands Bosses Coomit to the Club
Rylands Bosses Coomit to the Club
Warrington Rylands 1906 have announced “justified and warranted” contract extensions for manager Dave McNabb and his assistant Fraser Ablett, with both....
Tuesday 15 December 20 I 17:29:14 I Photo by

.....signing new two-and-a-half-year contracts, committing their futures to the North West Counties League Premier Division club until at least the end of the 2022/23.

 

Both men joined Rylands in 2018 ahead of their debut season in the NWCL guiding the Blues to the First Division South title at the first attempt.

 

On course to seal promotion from the Premier Division last season when they season was curtailed by the coronavirus pandemic and declared null and void, Rylands, unsure when their league campaign will restart, entered the recent lockdown top of the Premier Division table with an unbeaten record.

 

Club owner Paul Stretford said: “It’s a decision that’s justified and warranted by the hard work and performances Dave and Fraser have done over a long period of time now. I think the timing was right, it’s been a difficult year, it was a point where coming up to Christmas I wanted to put out a positive message and do something that shows we’re going to progress the club in a professional manner.”

 

McNabb (pictured) and Ablett expressed their delight at the new deals with McNabb saying: “I’m really excited, the club has become a big part of my life in football and at home. I’m excited with what we are planning for the future and I’m made up to be on board for the next two and a half years. The timing feels right as we are trying to get more stability into the club.” Ablett added “It’s a really exciting project to be part of and we can now focus on doing what we are here for which is being successful on the pitch”.

 

Garry Clarke

 

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Rylands Bosses Coomit to the Club
Rylands Bosses Coomit to the Club
Tuesday 15 December 20 I 17:29:14
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.....signing new two-and-a-half-year contracts, committing their futures to the North West Counties League Premier Division club until at least the end of the 2022/23.

 

Both men joined Rylands in 2018 ahead of their debut season in the NWCL guiding the Blues to the First Division South title at the first attempt.

 

On course to seal promotion from the Premier Division last season when they season was curtailed by the coronavirus pandemic and declared null and void, Rylands, unsure when their league campaign will restart, entered the recent lockdown top of the Premier Division table with an unbeaten record.

 

Club owner Paul Stretford said: “It’s a decision that’s justified and warranted by the hard work and performances Dave and Fraser have done over a long period of time now. I think the timing was right, it’s been a difficult year, it was a point where coming up to Christmas I wanted to put out a positive message and do something that shows we’re going to progress the club in a professional manner.”

 

McNabb (pictured) and Ablett expressed their delight at the new deals with McNabb saying: “I’m really excited, the club has become a big part of my life in football and at home. I’m excited with what we are planning for the future and I’m made up to be on board for the next two and a half years. The timing feels right as we are trying to get more stability into the club.” Ablett added “It’s a really exciting project to be part of and we can now focus on doing what we are here for which is being successful on the pitch”.

 

Garry Clarke

 

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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