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Preston North End have announced that Chris Stammers will be the new manager of their Club.
The UEFA A Licence qualified coach took his first coaching session prior to Sunday's 4-0 victory over Rotherham Utd. Stammers will continue to work in his role as assistant manager at AFC Liverpool and as a coach with the development centre at Preston North End F.C.
He succeeds Anthony Chattell who was caretaker manager following Simon Gerrard's departure two months ago. Chattell will now resume his previous role as assistant manager.
Stammers has coached at Manchester United, Blackburn Rovers and Morecambe and has been manager at Clitheroe, assistant manager at Burscough, and coach at Bamber Bridge and Marine.
"To manage a women's team is something I've wanted to do for a few years now and I'm delighted to be here," he told pne.com. "The girls are already quite disciplined and have a good attitude so with my background in coaching I'm hoping to work on their style and introduce an attacking philosophy to the club.
"The main aim is to get as high up the league as possible and from what I've seen, they're better than the position we're in and it's just a question of them doing what I try and put across."
The committee of PNE WFC have placed on record their thanks to Anthony Chattell for his excellent work during his spell as caretaker manager and look forward to seeing him work alongside Stammers as the Club seeks further success.
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