Gordon Bartlett signs new Stones contract
Wealdstone Football Club is delighted to announce that their Manager, Gordon Bartlett, has signed a new contract that will commit him to the club he joined in 1995 until the end of next season, 2010/11 campaign.
Gordon’s signing of a new contract also coincides with his upcoming 1000th game in charge at Wealdstone which is a truly remarkable milestone for the UEFA ‘A’ licence holder.
Of his new contract Gordon said: ‘I believe we are progressing in the right way both on and off the park and I am pleased to commit myself to trying to bring Wealdstone a stable and successful long term future. Despite our financial limitations and being homeless for so many years, we have continued to climb back up the pyramid and I have shared some great experiences over my 15 years at the ‘Stones’. We have come a long way since our arrival at our new home at ‘The Vale’, have amazing support, a quality young playing squad and I am surrounded by an excellent management team, so I would be mad not to want to continue being at the helm. With more hard work from everyone involved, I honestly believe success at Wealdstone is not too far away’
Wealdstone Chairman, Howard Krais said: ‘We are all absolutely delighted that Gordon has committed himself to the club in this way and allows us to solidly build on our on-field progress and the club’s development strategy; Gordon is key and central to our plans’
Massey signs extension to contract
Meanwhile, further good news for the Stones is that their dynamic centre half, Alan Massey, 21, has signed a contract extension that will run to the end of the 2010/11 season. The ex Wycombe Wanders player originally signed for the club in August 2008 following an earlier loan spell and was last season’s Supporters Club Player of the Season.