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Introducing Jim Duggan, Assistant Manager

Manager Jamie Cureton, has has added to his coaching staff by bringing on board Jim Duggan, a seasoned coach with over 20 years of experience in the football industry. Jim, who has worked across all levels of the sport from grassroots to non-league, is set to bring his wealth of knowledge and experience to the club.




Having been associated with renowned clubs like Stevenage Borough FC, Tottenham Hotspur, Norwich City, Takeley FC, Bishops Stortford FC, and Enfield FC, he has held various roles including manager, assistant manager, lead coach, development coach, and talent ID.


Reflecting on his professional relationship with Jamie, dating back to their time at Bishops Stortford FC. "I first met Jamie when he was still playing, and I was assisting Kevin Watson with the first team," he recalled. "Jamie then took up the role of player/joint manager at the club, which saw us working closer together. Our partnership has strengthened over the years, bringing us various successes, including winning cups, promotions, and introducing multiple young players to non-league football."


One of Jim's fondest memories includes being in the dugout for Jamie’s 1,000th professional game and witnessing his 350th goal. "It was an honour and a fond moment,"


Talking about the moment he was asked to join Cambridge City FC, "When Jamie phoned me to tell me that he had been given the Cambridge City job and shared their future vision, I was excited and eager to get started," he said. "Meeting Kevin, Ken, and various board members, and seeing the facilities and the new stadium, made it clear how much ambition the club has to reach its fullest potential."


As pre-season approaches, the focus is on assembling a new team and getting out on the training pitch. "We can't wait to work hard, imparting our ideas, beliefs, and styles," he stated.


"We hope to bring a winning and exciting approach to the club for everyone associated to be proud of. I'm looking forward to meeting all the supporters and hope they will get behind the staff and team as we strive to deliver our goals."


Please join us in welcoming Jim to the club,

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