Kay replaces Goldman at NWN

By Danny Caro, October 17, 2013

Stirling Kay has been appointed manager of North West Neasden after Andrew Goldman stepped down due to other commitments.

Goldman bowed out with a 7-0 victory over Hendon United Sports Club B and leaves the club lying fourth in the MGBSFL Division One table.

A club spokesman told JC Sport: "Andrew has done a great job so far and the club is in very good shape going forward this season. It's a shame to see him leave, but we thank him for all he has done.

Kay has a wealth of managerial experience - including a stint at Redbridge Jewish Care - and is already familiar with the majority of the squad.

The spokesman continued: "It was a natural decision to take, and we are excited about the rest of the season under his leadership," said a statement from the club.

In an exclusive interview with JC Sport, Kay commented: "Although much has been said regarding Andrew for the time and effort he has put in, I myself would like to thank him for putting himself forward. He leaves us with a young, hungry, talented squad in a good position.

"I have managed a lot of the boys before in my spells in charge of Redbridge and look forward to starting this week with the big cup tie against Brady."

NWN's Steve Murad commentedport: "Hopefully Stirling will galvanise the lads into putting in a great performance against Brady in the cup on Sunday.

"We played really well last week in the 7-0 win against Hendon, and if we improve on that again then we have as good a chance as any in getting a result."

Last updated: 3:03pm, October 17 2013