Bristol news Another Moyes wanted! City not the only club in Bristol looking for a new coach MetiNews.Com

MetiNews.Com - Local side eager to find another budding coaching member - like they had a long time ago

Bristol news Another Moyes wanted! City not the only club in Bristol looking for a new coach MetiNews.Com

MetiNews.Com - Local side eager to find another budding coaching member - like they had a long time ago

Bristol news  Another Moyes wanted! City not the only club in Bristol looking for a new coach MetiNews.Com
01 August 2020 - 06:40

Breaking News ! Bristol City aren't alone when it comes to teams based in this part of the West Country hoping to make a new coaching appointment. Almondsbury Ladies are looking for an assistant coach to help out team manager Garry Ford. The north Bristol-based side, under the shadow of the M4/M5 intersection, play in the South West Northern Women's Division - one above the Bristol Rovers equivalent new side play in, facing the likes of Chippenham Town Ladies, Portishead Ladies and Swindon Town's Development Squad. Read More Related Articles Bristol City's Korey Smith in limbo as key Robins decisions await arrival of new head coach And any newcomer would follow in some pretty famous footsteps: those of the current West Ham United boss David Moyes. Moyes played in the Bristol City defence from 1985 to 1987, winning the Freight Rover Trophy at Wembley in 1986, and began his coaching career at the time by joining in at Almondsbury FC. Now the same team, albeit the ladies, are looking to make another coaching apppintment. And anyone can apply as manager Garry is adamant that attitude is more important than anything. His side take inspiration from the famous All Blacks and copy their motto of 'no d***heads!', sweeping out the changing rooms of every venue they play at. "It all adds up to being humble - our disciplinary record was that we owed just a tenner at the end of the season, whereas the men's team had some £1,500 from over the year or something," explains Garry to Bristol Live. Read More Related Articles Exclusive: 'I would never say never to being Bristol City manager' - David Moyes Read More Related Articles Matty Taylor leaves Bristol City to join Oxford United on a free transfer "If you set out the right environment and everyone realises that there are no egos and everybody is the same then you've got more of a chance of making a better place for people to relate to each other.

. David Moyes (r) holds the Freight Rover Trophy aloft, with Howard Pritchard (Image: Bristol Post 2018) Moyes used to go up to Filton on a Monday night to start his fledgling coaching career and work the Almonds hard back a fair few years ago at the end of the '80s, up and down Filton Hill and along the A38 past Rolls Royce. Not something that Garry does, though he has been inspired to use Moyes' "10 Chesties (tuck jumps)" as a punishment to motivate his players in training. Moyes was just getting into coaching then, and that could be you if you take up Ford's offer to become his no.2. An appointment could be made soon at The Field (see here for more contact information) and it could be you. As for City...

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Bristol news Another Moyes wanted! City not the only club in Bristol looking for a new coach MetiNews.Com


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Bristol news Another Moyes wanted! City not the only club in Bristol looking for a new coach MetiNews.Com


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