Northern Rangers FC are pleased to announce that Adam Whitemore has been appointed as Senior Coach for the 2010 Season, as Northern Rangers look to defend their Premiership from 2009.
Adam Whitemore coached George Town united in the 90’s and had a brief stint as co coach with Northern Rangers in 2005. He also has extensive playing experience with over 20 years to his name while at George Town in the State League and at Northern Rangers where he has, club best and fairest and captain’s honors.
Whitemore brings with him Tony Ludby as his assistant coach, also a previous player with George Town united and Northern Rangers.
The pair will work closely and build on a personal relationship as a coaching duo and will focus on fitness and the technical aspects of football.
As past players of the club, both Adam Whitemore and Tony Ludby have already got the respect of the majority of the playing group who have played along side them in previous years, while Whitemore had a part in the 2009 success as the club's trainer.
Whitemore is appointed with the blessing of the clubs only senior premiership coach Roslan Sa’ad, who returns to Singapore after a two year stint with the club.
Pre season training dates will be announced shortly.
The club would like to pass on its sincere thanks to Roslan Sa’ad and Carlo Ercole for their success in the 2009 season and service to the club.
Secretary and Public Officer
Northern Ranger FC