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Jon Laugharne announced as new Woodley United boss

Former manager James Anderson to stay on as director of football

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Jon Laugharne has been named as the new manager of Woodley United.

The former Finchampstead boss left Memorial Park this time last year following their voluntary relegation into the Thames Valley League.

James Anderson could not save Woodley from relegation

He had been due to take over at Henley Town but following committee changes, he never took up the the position so has been without a club for 12 months.

Laugharne becomes the third manager of the Kestrels in a year after James Anderson had replaced Michael Herbert just months into the club’s first ever season in the Hellenic Premier Division.

But following relegation back into Hellenic One East, where Laugharne finished fourth with Finchampstead in 2017, Woodley have decided to make another change.

Anderson is staying at the club, but will take up a role as director of football having previously been assistant boss to Herbert.

Laugharne arrives with assistant Darren Purbrick as his number two while Arun Brar and Charlie Lauri have also joined the coaching staff ahead of pre-season training resuming on Monday, June 25.

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