New Management Structure Announced

Ryhope CW have introduced a new management structure, what is to be known as the, ‘Trio Fluid Management Team’.

Following the departure of Chris ‘Tadge’ McCabe as joint manager, CW make the management change and would like to introduce former, Easington Colliery AFC Joint Managers, Craig Hughes and David ‘Prof’ Pounders who will join Gary Pearson on the management team. The Trio Fluid Management style will mean that all three coaches will have an equal role and will all be present at touchline on match days.

Both Hughes and Pounders made the decision to step down from Easington Colliery AFC to join the club as they look to establish themselves within the EBAC Northern League Division 1.

Hughes and Pounders are no strangers to CW having had previous playing spells with the club.

Both Hughes and Pounder as CW players in EBAC Northern League Division 2. Craig Hughes,
Top Left, David ‘Prof’ Pounder, bottom middle

Hughes brings with him experience in the Northern League both as a player and a manager having joined Easington Colliery AFC as joint manager in 2017. Founder also brings a wealth of experience, a former professional making over 200 appearances for Scarborough and York City in the Conference League before joining the Northern Leagues with a winning appearance at Wembley with Whitley Bay in 2011 as they won the FA Vase.

Both Craig and David have been introduced to the playing squad and have gained a positive reaction from the players and the club. We’d like to welcome both to the club and wish the trio success!

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