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Newcastle United first team manager Neil Baistow has been appointed as Head Coach to the new Female Football Academy at TyneMet College.
Neil will be responsible for the delivery of the North East Sports Academy (NESA) women`s football development programme, where students aged 16 to 19 will receive up to ten hours coaching whilst studying on any of the academic courses.
Neil comments: "As well as producing better female players, we are also looking to give the students the opportunity to gain valuable experience working alongside the best coaches in our region. The first intake of students start in September and it is a really exciting time for these players."
The women`s football academy will also offer fitness and ongoing physiotherapy support throughout the year as well as assisting students in gaining FA Coaching awards and a high level of work experience within the sports development industry.
NESA will work closely with Newcastle United WFC and many other local clubs as an exit route to the performers.
For more information on NESA at TyneMet call (0191) 229 5000 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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