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Coaches TMs Corner

As a volunteer club, Knox United SC relies on dedicated individuals to coach and manage the majority of our teams. We express gratitude to those who step forward for these roles.

Firstly, we would like to acknowledge that Coaches are typically unpaid volunteers who dedicate their time and passion for the betterment of players and the club. As a community club, the dedication of volunteers, including the Knox United SC Committee, is paramount to the success of the club. Without Coaches and Managers, we cannot form teams, and our kids can't play this game.

This dedication is appreciated by Knox United SC, and through the Committee, Coaches will be supported to play their role and develop their skills where relevant.

Below, we've outlined essential details about the available positions, and we are available to offer advice and guidance as needed.

A little about the roles

Typically, a team will require, at a minimum, both a Coach and a Team Manager. We are open to considering multiple individuals for these roles if it proves beneficial for the team. The responsibilities associated with each role are distinct and are outlined below:

The Coach primarily focuses on on-field activities. Their key responsibilities include planning and conducting training sessions, as well as coaching the team during game days.

On the other hand, the Team Manager is more involved in off-field and administrative tasks. Typically, the manager serves as the primary point of contact for parents and acts as the liaison. Managers may also coordinate schedules for various tasks to be shared among team parents (such as halftime fruit rosters, ground marshal duties, parent referees etc.) and provide match reports on games.

For Under 12s and above, the Team Manager is additionally required to submit teamsheets each week for games.

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