Ian Narraway steps aside at Wokingham & Emmbrook



Wokingham & Emmbrook Reserves boss Ian Narraway. Photo: Andrew Batt.


Combined Counties League Premier Division North Wokingham & Emmbrook have announced that Reserve Team manager Ian Narraway has stepped down.

A statement released on the club website said: “Ian Narraway has decided to step down as Wokingham & Emmbrook Reserve team manager for the forthcoming season to concentrate on his numerous other club roles. Naz has been manager of the reserve side for the last 4 years and has overseen the development of many players who have come through the reserves to feature heavily in the first team set-up, most recently last seasons top scorer James Clark.”

The Sumas second-string play in the Suburban League and have a good record of promoting players through their ranks.

The statement continued: “The club are now open for enquiries of anyone who wishes to take on the reserve team for the forthcoming season. Any interested parties please submit a football CV or covering letter highlighting your skills attributes and achievements to: [email protected]

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