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Mark steps down at Curzon
 Women's Football News 10 Jan 2011
It is with great sadness that Curzon Ashton announce that first team manager Mark Bradshaw has stepped down after three seasons as their manager. 
Mark, a former professional footballer with Blackpool, Halifax and Macclesfield, was appointed Youth Football Development Officer in 2005, responsible for the growth of the Soccer Schools at the club and also Football in the Community links. He is a talented UEFA B Licence holder and Curzon have benefited hugely from his coaching skills.
Mark took on the role as Ladies First Team manager for the 2007-08 season and has overseen the steady growth of the club. He now feels he needs to devote more time to his very busy full time role at the club.
The club are deeply indebted to Mark and his family for all they have done for Curzon Ashton Ladies and wish him well.

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