Thompson takes reins at Village
Kenny Thompson has been named head coach of Premier Division side North Village.
Thompson has relinquished his football director’s position at BAA and returned to Village, where he won the FA Cup and Dudley Eve trophy as a coach in the 1999-2000 season.
The former Village player joined Shervin Dill, the club’s president, and Randy Spence, who coached the team last season and remains on the coaching staff, at Bernard Park for an unveiling this morning.
Thompson, a former Somerset Eagles and Bermuda coach, posted on Instagram: “Today is a new day. A new feeling of excitement and anticipation. A new opportunity to be challenged, another opportunity to create. I look forward with confidence.”
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