Our Under 10 squad was managed by Jamie Hollis for this season. Being below Under 12 they did not play competitive football this season.
Manager Jamie had this to say about his fantastic squad:
Well that’s the end of the shortest, weirdest and worst season of football I’ve ever known.
Its been very difficult to summarise it as not a lot happened! We did miss out on a cup final and we did lose some players, but the boys have come out the other side of the chaos looking a little more mature, a little more grown up and certainly a much closer group—was the disruption the nudge they needed?
We’ve dipped a little in form but overall it was a fairly dominant and comfortable set of matches, bar a few. Each player has grown immensely, both on and off the pitch, more and more skills, confidence, clever decisions, and strength is being shown and I think now is the right time to make the next step. I am appreciative of the support the parents have shown in my suggestion/decision to play up a year next season to Under 12s and I look forward to helping these boys (and their new team mates!) push on in their development.
Plastic trophies are great for a few days but development is long term, England’s EURO 2020 success is evidence of that, and I’m honoured to continue to coaching these lads on their journey.
So, thank you once again to the boys for their efforts and here’s to next season, more goals, more cheers and of course WHITE training shirts...
Over the season all managers choose two players from their squad to win awards; the first being the Most Improved Player which was awarded to Oliver Marshall:
The second was awarded to Rory Tuffin as Managers Player: