Jordan Hadaway Appointed Head of Elite Phase at Druids

Another great appointment at the club, as exciting young manager at Druids Jordan Hadaway, steps up to an important role as Head of Elite Phase.

More great news coming out of our academy as 20 year old manager Jordan Hadaway has been appointed Head of Elite Phase. His new role will see him continue as U19s and EDS head coach as well as overseeing, preparing and pushing our elite academy players up into the first team and first team football. This appointment is a big statement by the club in the trust and belief we have for such an exciting young manager and shows the direction we are heading!

Druids chairman Des Williams spoke on news,

“From day one, Jordan has shown a maturity and dedication to coaching beyond his years. He’s taken on board our EPPP idea and together, we’ve made it fit the Druids philosophy. Jordan has shown he is one of the most exciting new coaches in the Welsh football scene. I deeply appreciate what he has done for the club and look forward to him leading our charge for development.”

With a bright future and busy season ahead of him, Jordan spoke to us about the new role and his thoughts going forward,

“It was an easy decision for me to dedicate the next 2 years to the club. The success and strides made in the first season of the EDS program has been higher than expected.”

“The lads I coach day to day make the job worth it, they’re a top bunch of talented lads that give and apply everything that is asked of them. On top of this, the appointment of Neil Ashton definitely added to the pull to stay at Druids. I can’t wait to work closely with him in future.”

We would like to congratulate Jordan on the new role and look forward to seeing his bright managerial career continue to grow at Druids!

Well in Jord!

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