Ian Narraway steps aside at Wokingham & Emmbrook

Wokingham & Emmbrook Reserves boss Ian Narraway. Photo: Andrew Batt.
Wokingham & Emmbrook Reserves boss Ian Narraway. Photo: Andrew Batt.

Enter your email address to receive regular Berkshire football updates in your inbox

Combined Counties League Premier Division North Wokingham & Emmbrook have announced that Reserve Team manager Ian Narraway has stepped down.

A statement released on the club website said: “Ian Narraway has decided to step down as Wokingham & Emmbrook Reserve team manager for the forthcoming season to concentrate on his numerous other club roles. Naz has been manager of the reserve side for the last 4 years and has overseen the development of many players who have come through the reserves to feature heavily in the first team set-up, most recently last seasons top scorer James Clark.”

The Sumas second-string play in the Suburban League and have a good record of promoting players through their ranks.

The statement continued: “The club are now open for enquiries of anyone who wishes to take on the reserve team for the forthcoming season. Any interested parties please submit a football CV or covering letter highlighting your skills attributes and achievements to: Daniel.batemanWEFC@gmail.com

Football in Berkshire has a Breaking News WhatsApp Channel where we’ll send you updates on all the latest football news from the Royal County. You can join Breaking Berkshire Football News by clicking here

Upcoming fixtures

Sunday 19th May 2024

Ascot United Reserves14:00Eversley & California

Wednesday 22nd May 2024

Stoke Poges Stoke Poges Reserves FC18:00KS Gryf
Southcote Colts18:00Old Windsor
Show all fixtures

Subscribe to the newsletter

Enter your email address to receive regular Berkshire football updates in your inbox

Leave a Reply

Search Football in Berkshire
FIB-Badgetransparent-dud.png