Posted: Tue 9th Jan 2018

Connah’s Quay Nomads Director of Football Jay Catton sigs new three year deal

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Tuesday, Jan 9th, 2018

Connah’s Quay Nomads have said Director of Football, Jay Catton has agreed a new three year deal with the Club.

Catton has been at The Nomads for over 13 years, having originally been a part of the first team playing squad before encountering knee injuries which ended his playing career prematurely.

On his contract extension, Catton said “I am very pleased to sign a contract extension in my role at the Club.

As we continue to grow on and off the field, it has never been a more exciting time to be involved at this great club with an unbelievably exciting future ahead for all involved and the area of Connah’s Quay and Deeside.

The opportunity to continue to work alongside first team manager, Andy Morrison was a big pull as we continue to transition to a full-time club. There are a lot of challenges and transitions ahead but this is a move which will secure the long-term stability of the club and highlights the drive and ambition which is key to progress the football club.

On all fronts, the club continues to develop and strive for improvement in key sectors including Quay in the Community, our scholarship program with Coleg Cambria, The Quay 3G and arguably the most important sector at the football club, The Nomads Academy – aiding our next generation of players to Football League or Premier League clubs, scholars and our very own first team in the JD Sports Welsh Premier League.

I can’t thank the club enough for this opportunity and look forward to continuing the great work alongside our outstanding staff, players and volunteers across all sectors of the football club.”

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