Sheridan to lead Rovers

At the age of just 22 Tim Sheridan is set to lead Richmond Rovers Soccer Club as captain/coach in the 2006 Soccer FNC Tursa Premier League season. The giant striker, who went within a hairs breadth of playing for English Premier League club Everton, is thought to be the youngest player to ever coach a local club in the top flight.

Sheridan will lead from the front in many ways this year for Rovers; firstly with his height and brilliant finishing in the box and secondly as a players coach, leading his team in the gruelling fitness work necessary to dominate at a local level.

Sheridan will conduct Rovers first training session at Bill Harris Field this Sunday, January 8, from 5pm and invites any new players to go along and try out for the squad.



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