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New Reserve Manager Appointed
Posted by Andrew Dunn
Jun 14, 2017, 21:45

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Cambridge City Football Club have appointed Andrew Jolley as their new reserve team manager.

Jolley takes over from Nigel Ashman who recently resigned from the role and will be assisted by Lewis Carter. He takes up the position with immediate effect with the team becoming a development side remaining in the Kershaw Premier Division.

City Vice-Chairman Terry Dunn said "Andrew knows the local football scene very well and will be a great asset to the club. He has also done an excellent job securing sponsorship for the team and with the reserve squad consisting of many under 21 players it will play a key part in the overall football structure at Cambridge City".

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