The Combined Counties Football League
Published 31st May 2012
....role, Combined Counties League club Camberley Town have appointed a new management team and structure to run its first and reserve sides.
The club will continue to run its successful under-18 Ryman Youth League and Allied Counties League sides as well as its academy which is operated in partnership with Tomlinscote College under Barnard’s management.
A detailed review and analysis of the club’s goals, resources and historical performance was undertaken to arrive at the announcement.
A new chairman, Chris Goff, has been appointed to take over Ronnie Wilson’s chairman responsibilities while the club’s development proposals are presented to and considered by the local community and Surrey Heath Borough Council.
This will allow Wilson time to assist the football side of the club as first-team manager for the period ahead.
As a player, Wilson played locally in the 1970’s and 80’s finishing his career with Fleet Town where he captained the side.
Dan Turkington has been appointed assistant-manager. He was joint first-team manager at Sandhurst Town for part of last season.
The club’s goal is to develop a succession plan involving Turkington.
The club have strengthened its conditioning and coaching resources. Neil Woodyer continues as head coach, with new coach Mick Sloper and conditioning coach Alan Lott also joining the team. John Stone remains as goalkeeping coach in this strong and experienced group.
A new physio will be appointed in due course. Paul Davies will remain as manager of the reserve side who play in the Premier Division ‘B’ of the Suburban League.
He will continue to be assisted by Andy North.