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As announced at our AGM last night, long standing 1st team manager Steve Curnow has stepped down with immediate effect. Steve is a legend down at Lafrowda and will still continue to help the club behind the scenes when needed and understandably we all would like to thank Steve for the hard work he has done for the club over the years. A true clubman.

It means the club are now actively searching for a new first team manager. Our first team have a core of talented players, where we would welcome a new manager to come in and help build the side with players of their own to help challenge in the St Pirans League. Our reserves are well structured with good youngsters coming through, as well as the club boasting various youth teams through the ages that all have a bright future.

Any applicants please contact secretary Ben Way on 07411942795.

 

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Steve has been a superb manager and clubman for some 23 seasons and is indeed a hard act to follow. I thank him for all the good times when a number of people on and off the field were able to support his leadership,which contrbuted a good spirit, entertaining football and success including two cup wins and a league runners-up spot to the westernmost senior club. I hope that those taking forward the responsibility for running this historic club will act prudently and find a worthy successor. Good luck to the alumni of the future.

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Good  luck  to Steve  on his stepping  down , will be a big hole to fill ,,  one of a kind  , good manager , good player in his day , and a wealth of local football knowledge  , top man enjoy your retirement  from St,Just ,  and good luck to St.Just for their  future  without Steve at the helm 🥅👍

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On 16/07/2019 at 14:21, isaac rosenberg said:

Steve has been a superb manager and clubman for some 23 seasons and is indeed a hard act to follow. I thank him for all the good times when a number of people on and off the field were able to support his leadership,which contrbuted a good spirit, entertaining football and success including two cup wins and a league runners-up spot to the westernmost senior club. I hope that those taking forward the responsibility for running this historic club will act prudently and find a worthy successor. Good luck to the alumni of the future.

Yes, Steve will be a hard act to follow. Good manager, nice man and well liked by all who meet him. Best wishes Steve for a happy and healthy future - what ever you do. And - every good wish to St Just AFC in the new St Piran league. Come on you Tinners !

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