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Three New Team Members Join The Association

The Staffordshire FA is excited to introduce three new valuable team members who have recently joined the Association.


The Staffordshire FA is excited to introduce three new valuable team members who have recently joined the Association.

George Taylor, Viki Dicesare, and Dani Taylor have quickly become integral parts of the Staffordshire FA, reinforcing our commitment to delivering a high-quality service to our members and elevating Staffordshire Football to new heights.

George Taylor has assumed the role of Football Regulatory Assistant, providing support to the regulatory team and leading on Staffordshire Cup competitions. Having previously contributed part-time since 2021, George is now fully integrated in to his new role.

In May, Viki Dicesare assumed the position of Football Facilities Officer, swiftly making her mark by providing essential support to clubs in their facility development and Pitch Improvement Programme. With a background in equestrian event management, Viki brings a unique perspective to our team.

The most recent addition to our team is Dani Taylor, who joined us in July as the Football Participation Officer (Female Pathway). Dani's extensive experience and knowledge in grassroots football, coupled with her coaching and management expertise across different levels, make her a valuable asset. Dani will lead the efforts in growing the female game in Staffordshire football, with a focus on enhancing programs such as SQUAD Girls and Weetabix Wildcats.

Adam Evans, our Chief Executive Officer, expressed his enthusiasm for these recent additions: "I am truly thrilled to extend a warm welcome to George Taylor, Viki Dicesare, and Dani Taylor as they embark on their journeys with us at Staffordshire FA. Their unique skills and dedication will undoubtedly play a pivotal role in bolstering our support for the Staffordshire Football community.

“As we strive to provide an exceptional experience to all our members, their collective contributions will be instrumental in driving positive change and progress. We eagerly anticipate the value they will bring to our team and the wider football landscape, and I am confident that their presence will significantly enhance the overall footballing environment in Staffordshire.

"The Association continues to invest into Staffordshire Football and these additions to the team will enhance the support offered to our volunteers and members without whom the grassroots game could not function."