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Wellington Olympic AFC Announcement | Coaches part company

Wellington Olympic AFC Announcement | Coaches part company

Wellington Olympic advises that effective 21st May 2018 Stu Jacobs and James Prosser will no longer be with Wellington Olympic AFC.

 

 

Both the board and the coaches have come to an agreement that in the best interests of all concerned we should part company, and we wish them well in their future footballing ventures.
Under Stu’s leadership the club won the Central League in 2016 and during his time introduced a youth development program through his Kaizen Academy. We have seen the development of our own Olympic players and introduced a group of young players that we hope will remain with Olympic.
This culminated in our U19 group reaching the final of the Napier tournament.
We wish Stu and James all the best in their future endeavours.
Our club has a proud history and we will remain an elite club striving for success.
We have appointed Shaun Easthope as head coach until the completion of the 2018 season. Shaun has been with our club for many years and is known to many of you. He comes with great credentials having recently worked for FIFA in the Pacific Islands. We welcome Shaun with open arms and look forward to working closely with him. He will be supported by Guille who has been part of the Club for 2.5 years alongside Stu. We are very pleased that Guille has decided to stay on and work alongside Shaun this season. Thank you Guille.
We have appointed Martin Pereya Garcia as our Capital Premier Team coach. Martin has been involved and coached at Olympic in the past so we are very happy to have him on board. Welcome back Martin.

Both the board and the coaches have come to an agreement that in the best interests of all concerned we should part company, and we wish them well in their future footballing ventures.

Under Stu’s leadership the club won the Central League in 2016 and during his time introduced a youth development program through his Kaizen Academy. We have seen the development of our own Olympic players and introduced a group of young players that we hope will remain with Olympic.

This culminated in our U19 group reaching the final of the Napier tournament.

We wish Stu and James all the best in their future endeavours.

Our club has a proud history and we will remain an elite club striving for success.

We have appointed Shaun Easthope as head coach until the completion of the 2018 season. Shaun has been with our club for many years and is known to many of you. He comes with great credentials having recently worked for FIFA in the Pacific Islands. We welcome Shaun with open arms and look forward to working closely with him. He will be supported by Guille who has been part of the Club for 2.5 years alongside Stu. We are very pleased that Guille has decided to stay on and work alongside Shaun this season. Thank you Guille.



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