Women News: Staffing Update

Sunderland Women wish to provide a staffing update with the club having undergone numerous changes since the start of the season.

Kieran Regan has joined the club on a full-time basis, taking on the role as Women’s Engagement Officer focusing on media, marketing, player and fan engagement.

Adam Mooney has started on a full-time basis as Women’s Analyst, joining from Burnley Women.

Jack Kehoe will take up the role as Women’s Physical Performance Coach in December. Jack has previously been with Liverpool FC Women RTC and Liverpool Feds Women.

Cameron Lane has moved from his role as Women’s Sports Therapist and casual Academy Sports Therapist to a contracted combined Women’s and Academy Sports Therapist role.

Steph Libbey in January will move from a part-time role to a full-time role as Women’s Assistant Coach.

Kasey Taylor and Dr. Georgina Tindell provide photography and medical services respectively on a matchday.

Lorna Crawford will join us in January as a nutritionist intern and the team will continue to be supported by Tom Lishman as psychologist.

The Under-23 coaching team of Domonic Bylett, Steve Dix and Jack Avery will now be supported by the addition of Gino Elaree as team analyst and James Howarth as team goalkeeper coach. The Under-23 team are supported by the first team staff and have access to their provisions and expertise.

General Manager Alex Clark said: “We are delighted to have made these changes and I look forward to working with everyone as we continue to grow as a team and as part of Sunderland AFC.”

Alex Clark, Mel Reay and Jonathan Craig continue to work on a full-time basis.

The club will be continuing its recruitment for a physio, commercial executive and safeguarding and player welfare officer to support the teams.

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