Bailey appointed Vice Chair of Chichester City Ladies

Growth & restructure continues at Chichester Ladies, with the appointment of a new Vice Chair.

Chichester City Ladies have, in the last week, announced the appointment of Beckie Bailey as the club’s new Vice Chair. The move comes as part of the continuing growth and restructures at Chichester to work along the changes being seen in women’s football.

Bailey is no stranger to the club, as she has already helped in a variety of roles, but will now work alongside Chairwoman Caroline Henry-Evans.
The two will sit at the top of club collectively working together to push new initiatives around the club.

Henry-Evans was delighted by the move saying: “Beckie will bring great enthusiasm and support to her role as Vice Chair.
“She supports the ladies every weekend, home or away already and has two girls who play for Chichester City Girls.”

There have already been positive steps forward for Chichester this season following the arrival of Alan Crozier to work on the club’s operational side.
Recently Rob Kerr became the face of the club’s business side to work with the club’s sponsors and commercial partners.

Now Bailey joins the backroom staff to push the club towards the aim of replicating the recent turnout of the SSE Women’s FA Cup Fifth Round against Liverpool, which drew around 1,300 spectators to Oaklands Park.

Henry-Evans added: “Beckie wants to help the club move forward in a positive way and is always trying to come up with ideas to makes things easier behind the scenes.

“Working alongside her will be fun and I look forward to the challenge of bouncing ideas around with someone who only wants the best for the club like I do.” Bailey assumes her role with immediate effect with the club looking to finish strongly in the Women’s Premier League Southern Division but also looking ahead to the 2018/19 season.

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University Of Chichester Graduate Jamie has been involved in Media and Broadcasting for over ten years. He is the founder of the SouthWaves brand.

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