Arlesey Town started the season with manager Natasha Orchard-Smith and want others to follow suit
You see men going into women’s football; the door should be open for women to come into men’s. It sounds sort of obvious. So why is it so rare?
Two former semi-pro players, Matt Endersby and James Hatch, took charge of the Bedfordshire club Arlesey Town, in the ninth tier of English football, at the start of June. Following relegation there were no players, they had no coaching staff and they had very little time to settle in. The first thing they needed to do was find a head coach and they phoned Natasha Orchard-Smith.
Source: Football News
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