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RUFC - Community Trust have new boy in Town

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Rotherham United`s Community Sports Trust has employed Jamie Noble as the new Head of Community.

Jamie, who was recently the Participation Officer, has replaced Dale Spiby who left to join Southend United.

Speaking to the Official Site, Jamie said, '. Dale did a fantastic job establishing and expanding the Trust. My vision for the Trust is to drive up standards of coaching and work with more schools throughout Rotherham.

'I want to lead the Trust into the new stadium, with the support of Chairman Tony Stewart, and a manager dedicated to succeeding as the team climb the division.

Up The Millers!`

If anyone wants more information on the work that the Community Sports Trust does then please contact Jamie on jamie.noble@rotherhamunited.net


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Date:Thursday October 6 2011

Time: 10:32AM

 

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