Techne Global say farewell and good luck to coach

As many parents may have noticed this weekend, one of our Saturday morning coaches was missing!! After 4 very successful years with Techne Global Sports, coach Callum Saxby has successfully secured a management role working with the F.A. helping to manage their new St. Georges facilities.

On his move, Callum (pictured below in his new role) said "This was a fantastic opportunity to work as assistant manager at The FA St George's Park Graves. A Facility that has the interests of Grassroots football at heart and reinvest profits directly into Facilities and Grassroots football something I have been involved in from the age of 10 and something I have a huge passion for.

Callum Saxby - F.A. St Georges Park Graves, Sheffield

Unfortunately this means that for the time being I have taken a step back from coaching with Techne Global to focus on my new role but I would like to thank all of the parents and children for their support and commitment over the last 4 years in a time that has been truly special.

I would like to also send a special thank you to Omari who without his help and patience none if this would be possible. The opportunities that Techne Global presented me to develop and learn is priceless and the memories and experience will be cherished especially our trip to Shanghai".

Omari Williams (Techne Global Sports Director) stated: "We are so happy for Callum, and to see him get a job working for a national organisation in football like the Football Association is great for him and were proud to be associated with his success.

From all of the team at Techne Global Sports, I would like to take the opportunity to thank Callum for all of his hard work and commitment over the years, we have seen him develop both his coaching and management in this time and he has been an incredible coach helping to support children every single weekend both in the UK and also in the summer of 2015 when Callum joined us in our tour of China coaching to Children for 4 weeks across the country'.  Well done and thank you Callum".