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FRESH FACE: New manager joins Ruislip football club after success in previous role

 Published on: 14th February 2024   |   By: Bryn Holmes   |   Category: Uncategorized

David Noble has been announced as the new manager for Wealdstone FC, following the departure of Stuart Maynard at the beginning of this year.

Maynard left the National League side to join League Two side Notts County on January 18.

David comes to Wealdstone from St Albans City FC after steering the club to a play-off final in the National League South last year – an impressive feat considering it was his first managerial role.

He continued to keep the club towards the top of the table before he was snapped up by the Stones.

Before taking on this role, Noble also had a distinguished playing career, with more than 300 appearances in the Football League for a variety of clubs, including Watford, West Ham, and Bristol City.

A statement from the board of directors reads: “We have been closely following David’s impressive work at St Albans City and are confident in his ability to excel in a full-time managerial role.

“His philosophy and approach to the game align perfectly with our ambitions and will enable him to settle in quickly to build upon the excellent foundations set by Stuart Maynard over the last few years.”

Joining David as assistant manager is Neil Banfield, who for many years was a key part of the both youth and first teams at Arsenal under the legendary Arsène Wenger OBE

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