Joel Simkin of Stafford Town has been awarded Staffordshire FA’s Inclusive Action of The Month award for December/January.
Despite facing a significant setback in his career due to an ACL injury in 2019, Joel has risen to new heights as a coach and role model.
His unwavering determination and positive attitude have earned him the Staffordshire FA’s Inclusive Action of The Month award for December/January.
As a coach of Stafford Town’s Premiership team in the Staffs Ability Counts League, Joel has not only demonstrated his exceptional coaching skills but has also become a source of inspiration to his peers and the wider Stafford Town Football Club. His positive coaching approach and the way he conducts himself have earned the respect of all the players and show that anything is possible.
Joel’s impact has been felt not only within the Stafford Town Dragons Premiership team but also with the newly formed Under 7s boys team, where he has taken on the role alongside Dragons colleague Liam Ward. He is a great advertisement for what Stafford Town Dragons stands for and is proof that with hard work and determination, anything is possible.
Joel’s story is a testament to the power of positive thinking and the impact one person can have on their community. His unwavering spirit and determination to make a difference have earned him this well-deserved award, and he serves as an inspiration to us all.
Awards kindly sponsored by Magna Projects Ltd.