Karl Makes His Move

Karl Makes His Move

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Lewes FC Women Foundation Squad coach and Men’s DS assistant coach Karl Davy has landed a plum role with Southwick FC as 1st XI Assistant Coach for 2018/19. Everyone at Lewes wishes Karl the best in this exciting new position.

 

First team manager John Donoghue wished Karl well.

“It’s been a pleasure to work with Karl this season. We worked careful to dove-tail our roles (JD also coaches the Newman Lewes Academy side, several of whom play for the FS) together with Greg (Cross) to ensure continuity and clarity whilst maintaining a sense of fun for the players. Our results (one league title for the FS, one County Cup win for the Academy) show how well that’s gone.”

 

Speaking to Lewes this week, Karl paid tribute to his colleagues at the club.

“It’s been a great season, one I will remember! Working with the Lewes Women under John Donoghue and the men, alongside Steve Eke, has helped me to progress as a coach.

 

The Ladies secured the league title after a tough campaign, helping our U18’s win promotion into step 6 of the women’s pyramid. I’d like to thank all the players, Greg Cross and everyone behind the scenes. It’s an incredible end to a fabulous season.

 

Our goal was to help players progress into the first team and to grow as players and as people. I believe we achieved that this season.”

 

Assistant coach Greg Cross will continue to work with the FS squad, with news of Karl’s replacement to be confirmed by the club in the coming days.

 

Lewes FC Women Foundation Squad coach and Men’s DS assistant coach Karl Davy has landed a plum role with Southwick FC as 1st XI Assistant Coach for 2018/19. Everyone at Lewes wishes Karl the best in this exciting new position.

 

First team manager John Donoghue wished Karl well.

“It’s been a pleasure to work with Karl this season. We worked careful to dove-tail our roles (JD also coaches the Newman Lewes Academy side, several of whom play for the FS) together with Greg (Cross) to ensure continuity and clarity whilst maintaining a sense of fun for the players. Our results (one league title for the FS, one County Cup win for the Academy) show how well that’s gone.”

 

Speaking to Lewes this week, Karl paid tribute to his colleagues at the club.

“It’s been a great season, one I will remember! Working with the Lewes Women under John Donoghue and the men, alongside Steve Eke, has helped me to progress as a coach.

 

The Ladies secured the league title after a tough campaign, helping our U18’s win promotion into step 6 of the women’s pyramid. I’d like to thank all the players, Greg Cross and everyone behind the scenes. It’s an incredible end to a fabulous season.

 

Our goal was to help players progress into the first team and to grow as players and as people. I believe we achieved that this season.”

 

Assistant coach Greg Cross will continue to work with the FS squad, with news of Karl’s replacement to be confirmed by the club in the coming days.