DESPITE their current season being cut short, St Martins FC are wasting no time in looking to fill the vacancy for first team manager.

The side, who were sat at the foot of the North West Counties Football League (NWCFL) Division One South table when the season ended prematurely, are looking for a new manager to lead them during the 2020/21 season.

After picking up just five league victories from 30 matches last season, the club is looking for a manager to bring the on-field performances up to speed with its off-field development.

A spokesman for the club said: “The club over the last few years has established itself at step six in the football pyramid, and while we had a tough season last year on the pitch, off the pitch saw the business and determination of the club developing significantly.

“While there is no player budget, the club offers attractive playing opportunities to young and developing talent from all over the North West and Midlands regions and also has a new under-18s team supporting the first team.

“With the opportunity to utilise the high standard of playing facilities at The Venue, and competing in the NWCFL Division One South, there is a professional environment to develop both yourself, your management team and this grass root club.”

They are looking for an applicant with great communication skills with players and committee representatives, as well as knowledge and experience of football at step six.

The candidate must also hold appropriate coaching certification and be fully versed with FA Safeguarding standards.

To find out more about the role, visit or contact club secretary Nick Durman at or treasurer Andrew Joseph at