Ascot United retain boss for renewed Combined Counties League push

Jamie Tompkins. Photo: Neil Graham.

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Cherry Red Records Combined Counties League side Ascot United have confirmed their management team for a second tilt at the Premier Division title, whenever the 2020/21 season gets up and running.

The Yellamen confirmed this week that manager Jamie Tompkins would remain with the club alongside his management team that includes assistant Dan Masters and goalkeeper coach Jamie Ashdown.

In a post on the clubs website, Director of Football Neil Richards said: “This is fantastic news for the club, Jamie has not only had a fantastic season with the first team which was cruelly cut short, but his influence and impact on the wider club and its membership continues to grow.

“The club remains in a stable position during these unprecedented times and like the rest of the country we can’t wait to get back to playing football again. Jamie’s commitment to lead the team for another season is a massive boost for everyone at the club.”

The Yellamen’s first team management includes Dan Masters (Assistant Manager), Bjorn Dunkley (Coach), Jamie Ashdown (Goalkeeper Coach). Steve Quelch (Coach) and Georgia Buddin (Physiotherapist).

Jamie appeared recently on the Berkshire Football Stories podcast, listen below or on your favourite podcast app here.

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