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Bristol Rovers Women's FC Appoints New Development Team Manager

Bristol Rovers Women's FC are delighted to announce the appointment of Martin Paul as the new manager of our development team.

Paul, who has a wealth of experience in football, joins Rovers combining his role with Tyrone Mings Academy, where he is the Head Coach.

"I'm really excited to be joining Bristol Rovers," said Paul. "It's a great club with a lot of potential, and I'm looking forward to working with the players and staff to develop the team and achieve success."

Rovers' first team manager, Nathan Hallett-Young, said: "We're delighted to have Martin on board. He’s a highly experienced coach with a proven track record of developing players. We're confident that he’s the right person to lead our development team into the future."

Paul’s appointment is a major coup for Rovers, and he will be tasked with helping to bridge the gap between the club development team and the first team.

Martin will also be responsible for developing the players' individual skills and providing them with the support they need to succeed.

About Martin Paul

Martin Paul is a qualified UEFA A Licence coach with over 10 years of experience in football. Martin featured for Bristol Rovers 22 times during his playing career from 1993-1996 and will look to pass on his knowledge of the professional game to our development players.

Paul is a passionate advocate for women's football and is committed to developing the next generation of players.

He is a highly motivated and driven individual who is always looking for ways to improve.

Paul is a valuable asset to any club, and we are delighted he will be working with us here at Bristol Rovers



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