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New Deal for Ammies Bosses
New Deal for Ammies Bosses
Toolstation Northern Counties East League Premier Division club Yorkshire Amateur have agreed a new two-year deal with joint managers Craig Ogilvie and Neil Sibson, meaning they will be in charge at the Southerns Stadium until at least the end of the 2022/23 season.
Sunday 14 March 21 I 08:45:05 I Photo by

It is the perfect reward for the pair who guided the Ammers to the top of the table before the 2020/21 campaign was curtailed.

 

A joint statement released on social media from the duo said: "We’re delighted the committee want us to continue this project over the next two seasons.

 

"We certainly hope we can repay the faith shown in us both to take the club forward.

 

"We both understand the expectations which come every season, but nobody puts as much pressure on us both as ourselves.

 

"We work tirelessly behind the scenes and we’ve got every faith in our ability as managers that we can deliver what is wanted by the club and committee in the not-so-distant future."


(Photo: Craig Ogilvie)

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New Deal for Ammies Bosses
New Deal for Ammies Bosses
Sunday 14 March 21 I 08:45:05
Photo by

It is the perfect reward for the pair who guided the Ammers to the top of the table before the 2020/21 campaign was curtailed.

 

A joint statement released on social media from the duo said: "We’re delighted the committee want us to continue this project over the next two seasons.

 

"We certainly hope we can repay the faith shown in us both to take the club forward.

 

"We both understand the expectations which come every season, but nobody puts as much pressure on us both as ourselves.

 

"We work tirelessly behind the scenes and we’ve got every faith in our ability as managers that we can deliver what is wanted by the club and committee in the not-so-distant future."


(Photo: Craig Ogilvie)

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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