NEWS IN BRIEF
Scott Taylor has left his role as Stapenhill manager to take up the vacant position at United Counties League club Heather St John's.
Taylor (pictured) took Stapenhill to the first division play off final last season where they lost to Darlaston Town 1874 - he had re-joined the Swans for a second spell in March 2020.
Cradley Town have announced their former player Ken Slater has passed away.
Ken played for the club for over ten years in in the 1970s when they won two league championships, came runners up twice and won ten cups.
TIVIDALE have announced former Kidderminster Harriers CEO Neil Male has joined the club as joint chairman.
The former professional football player runs two businesses based in the Tividale area.
Meanwhile Elliott Hartley scooped three awards in their recent end of season presentation.
BROCTON FC, based in Stafford, are looking for a manager of their development team which will be playing in the Midland Football League next season.
The development squad has a direct feed into the first team, managed by Alex Curtis, that currently plays in the North West Counties Football League First Division South.
They are looking for an enthusiastic coach or manager with an emphasis on the development of young players. If interested, please contact club chairman, Nigel Pepper, by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) in the first instance.
The closing date for applications is Saturday.
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