WELLS manager Jason Bourne says he wants to bring silverware back home to the club on Saturday.
The Wells finished their Southern Counties East Football League Premier Division campaign in fifteenth-place in the table, having collected 46 points from their 38 league outings.
Tunbridge Wells Football Club
Happy New Year!
Firstly my aims for 2016 are quite simply improvement in every area, but most importantly results and the development of the young players we have on board, as they will ultimately be the future of the club.
We train twice a week and always get full attendance and the place is in great spirit. So I'm confident we will see the fruits of our hard work very soon, Starting this weekend at Canterbury to get us rolling into the new year.
It has certainly been an eventful few days at the Club. The decision to relieve Keith Bird of his duties was not taken lightly by the Board but we felt that results and performances were simply not good enough. With no game scheduled for the 31st October 2015 we felt that the window of opportunity was now, thus giving the new Management Team a little bit longer to stamp their ethos on the Players. The appointment of Jason Bourne was a unanimous decision made by the Board.