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  1. I'm Paul 46 and I'm looking to get into football in one hi I'm Paul 46 and I'm looking to get into football management in one of the junior or amateur league's after recently moving up from the North East of England, I've played pro level and managed at semi pro level in England, I'm looking to get into football management in the junior league's after moving up here recently, I've a UEFA B coach who works with me who was previously at Kilmarnock so we should be a good management team for the right club, I'm not touting for anyone's job I'm just putting myself out there and hoping that in time in the future some thing suitable may possibly come up, I have a football related c.v. that I can email to anyone who may be interested, I've 34 years in football from player to manager and also have done scouting, so i have alot to offer a club if the opportunity arises, thanks for taking the time to read this post it's appreciated, if anyone may know of anything around then the help would be appreciated, thanks the junior league's after recently moving up fromhi I'm Paul 46 and I'm looking to get into football management in one of the junior league's after recently moving up from the North East of England, I've played pro level and managed at semi pro level in England, I'm looking to get into football management in the junior league's after moving up here recently, I've a UEFA B coach who works with me who was previously at Kilmarnock so we should be a good management team for the right club, I'm not touting for anyone's job I'm just putting myself out there and hoping that in time in the future some thing suitable may possibly come up, I have a football related c.v. that I can email to anyone who may be interested, I've 34 years in football from player to manager and also have done scouting, so i have alot to offer a club if the opportunity arises, thanks for taking the time to read this post it's appreciated, if anyone may know of anything around then the help would be appreciated, thanks North East of England, I've played pro level and managed at semi pro level in England, I'm looking to get into football management in the junior league's after moving up here recently, I've a UEFA B coach who works with me who was previously at Kilmarnock so we should be a good management team for the right club, I'm not touting for anyone's job I'm just putting myself out there and hoping that in time in the future some thing suitable may possibly come up, I have a football related c.v. that I can email to anyone who may be interested, I've 34 years in football from player to manager and also have done scouting, so i have alot to offer a club if the opportunity arises, thanks for
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  3. Just 3 local sides in the north east mate semi pro levels and one amateur team, after I retired from playing I scouted for 18 month for a company called the scouting network in Birmingham also did fa youth cup games for umbro through the same company so got a varied footballing experience behind me
  4. Hi mate, Blackpool from youth to pro then from there York city then on to hartlepool United sorry been working, sorry to disappoint but no big teams as you might call them unfortunately
  5. That's a good idea mate I'm open to all options and it's good to hear and get advise from the people in the know as such so all Advise is greatly appreciated
  6. Hi mate I played for 3 pro clubs in England then played semi pro before managing in England at 3 semi pro clubs
  7. Thanks for the advise I'll take that on board it's appreciated 👍
  8. I can't say incase I get mobbed but u never know 😉 ha ha, I've applied but it's difficult to get in to teams up here with nobody knowing me seems that teams aren't willing to take a punt on some thing fresh and different but u never know one day that may change hopefully
  9. I'm at Glasgow just outside rutherglen to be precise but originally from Newcastle moved up here 6 months ago
  10. Thanks mate appreciate the kind words 👏👍
  11. Being a manager is a 24/7 job even at semi pro level it still becomes a full time job, it's a difficult job to do especially when working full time and trying to have a family life aswell, I can only talk from personal experience but your constantly on your phone sorting out, training, speaking to coaches, speaking with players, sorting out tactics, formations etc also meeting with the chairman and committee and also carrying out interviews and anything else that comes along, it really is a 24/7 full time job which takes up most of your life, I for example signed 2 players on Xmas day last year so it really never stops but we do it because we love it and we love football and everything that comes with it, it is stressful and time consuming and can be brutal at times but I wouldn't change that as that's all part and parcel of the game we all love and i for one enjoy the interaction with the fans because without the fans we have nothing, sorry to interact on your group just wanted to give u a little insight into the management lifestyle that's all sorry for the interruption
  12. Ok mate thanks for the heads up I'll have a look into that one appreciate the help 👍
  13. I agree and that's a very fair point you make I commend the club for taking there time and I agree it is very important that the next manager is the right one to take the club forward to the next level for this season and beyond a club needs stability to be able to improve in the long term and be able to move forward both on and off the field, thanks for the information it's very much appreciated
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