Football Focus Issue 75 - Page 42

Fleet Town FOLLOW US ONLINE TWITTER.COM/FOOTYFOCUSMAG football that is good to watch. Of late we have not had the run of the ball but we are not complaining as things even out over a season and I have complete faith in the management and the team. More people involved at Fleet Town FC will further improve our stability and maintain our status within the Hart District as a football club that is supported by and contributes to its local community. During the coming season the Club is also looking to extend and reinforce our close ties with Fleet Town Colts FC, and Fleet Town Girls & Ladies FC. Furthermore, the Fleet Town FC U18 Youth team has been relaunched this season and will play midweek games in the Allied Counties Youth League. The Club’s aim is to provide an environment where local players can progress from their junior and youth teams to represent the area at a level appropriate to their ability and hopefully represent the Fleet Town FC First Team. Fleet Town FC Joint Managers Steve Dormer and Andy Hunt Steve and Andy became joint managers in June 2017 following the departure of Craig Davis who had been the player manager for the last five seasons. With only two players staying from last season, they face a rebuilding job this season in difficult circumstances as we look to maintain our step 4 status. Both bring a lot of experience to the club through playing and managing. They are forming the basis of a good squad that with time will gel into a solid team. Fleet Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic is a general family-oriented physiotherapy practice. There are four chartered physiotherapists, all HCPC and CSP registered, with a great deal of experience in treating and managing various sporting and other injuries. Chartered Physiotherapist and Director Tracy Corbett recently took the time to tell us more about the company, saying, “We see a variety of conditions, from headaches and neck pain, to ankle sprains and frac