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West Ham Girls: Rayhan Noor lands U18s position as Nadia Khan enters Pakistan document books and Ruudy Yusuf prepares to return | Soccer Information


Rayhan Noor has taken up the position of West Ham Girls U18s assistant supervisor and is predicted within the dugout for Sunday’s journey to play the London Metropolis Lionesses Growth facet.

East Londoner Noor is a part of a highly-rated group of aspiring coaches from various ethnic backgrounds working throughout West Ham United – with fellow South Asian heritage coach Mo Ali additionally making large strides working on the membership’s well-known ‘Academy of Soccer’ beneath the tutelage of academy director Ricky Martin and his assistant Kalam Mooniaruck.

Former membership striker Carlton Cole additionally coaches on the academy, whereas long-serving UEFA A Licence coach Stephen Opoka is answerable for the ladies’s U21 facet, and is the one Girls’s Tremendous League academy supervisor from a various ethnic background.

British-Bangladeshi Noor is predicted to get alternatives this season to work alongside Opoka and the U21 squad, which feeds immediately into West Ham’s WSL first-team.

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Stephen Opoka is West Ham’s WSL academy supervisor

The 23-year-old, who’s from the London Borough of Tower Hamlets, is a UEFA B Licence candidate and holds an FA Degree 2 expertise identification qualification.

Noor spent a season working with the U14s beneath Nick Crickmar and Taylor Gillings, and was requested to remain on the next 12 months to work with Dominic Edwards and the U16s staff. He reunites with Gillings who manages the U18s.

Yusuf set for managerial return

Coach Ruudy Yusuf
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Ruudy Yusuf is about to hitch Hounslow Girls after leaving Harlow City Girls

Hounslow Girls are set to nominate Ruudy Yusuf in a transfer that can see the East Londoner develop into the one British South Asian heritage supervisor within the high 4 divisions of both the lads’s or ladies’s sport.

Yusuf – who beforehand labored beneath Jamie O’Hara and recently-appointed West Ham Women’s manager Paul Konchesky at Billericay City – parted firm with Harlow City earlier this month after a 12 months in cost on the Essex membership.

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Ex-Billericay City boss Jamie O’Hara mentioned he was actually impressed by his former first-team coach Ruudy Yusuf

Sky Sports activities Information understands former Harlow City Girls coaches Junior Ndigwe Kings and Ethan Barr will be part of Yusuf at Hounslow.

Hounslow are away in a Division 1 South East conflict at Wymondham City this weekend.

Nadia Khan enters Pakistan document books

Nadia Khan playing for Doncaster Rovers Belles
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Doncaster Rovers Belles star Nadia Khan returns house a record-breaker

Doncaster Rovers Belles star Nadia Khan has written her identify into folklore after changing into the primary Pakistan Girls’s participant ever to attain 4 objectives in a world match.

Khan scored all 4 objectives within the second half, earlier than chipping in with an injury-time help in Pakistan’s 7-0 South Asian Soccer Federation Championship (SAFF) win over The Maldives in Nepal.

Sky Sports activities Information revealed on the finish of final month that Khan’s paperwork had been accomplished, allowing the Rovers Belles attacker to fly to Kathmandu to link up with her new Pakistan team-mates, who had been returning to worldwide motion after eight years.

Khan, who qualifies to play for Pakistan via her mother and father’ heritage, grew to become one of many first British-Pakistani ladies ever to play for the nationwide staff when she made her SAFF debut within the opening sport loss to India.

Khan shot to prominence when she scored a 45-yard screamer – labelled as an early contender for the FIFA Puskas best goal award – for Rovers Belles in opposition to Solihull Moors on the ultimate day of final season.

The 21-year-old is a former Leeds United Ladies’ Centre of Excellence participant, who has been enjoying for Rovers Belles since 2018.

Soccer unites behind native Blackburn facet

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Blackburn Rovers joined arms with the Sky Sports and Sporting Equals partnership and Watford on Tuesday evening to face in solidarity with native facet Euro Garages FC.

Euro Garages FC gamers had been focused by members of the opposition in a neighborhood Blackburn league sport final month, with disturbing photos from the match caught on CCTV and circulated extensively on social media.

Sky Sports activities Information’ British South Asians in Soccer lead Dev Trehan contacted Blackburn Rovers integration and improvement supervisor Yasir Sufi after the incident to precise concern, with the pair decided to attempt to supply some help to Euro Garages FC after the traumatic episode.

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Blackburn Rovers’ Integration and Growth Supervisor Yasir Sufi and Head of Operations Lynsey Talbot reacting to the membership touchdown final 12 months’s EFL Range award

They determined to plan a get-together at Ewood Park for Tuesday’s go to of Watford, giving everyone the chance to satisfy in individual, share experiences and be taught from each other.

Watford’s head of equality, range and inclusion, Dave Messenger, and Alan Lau – founding father of followers’ group ESEA Hornets – additionally lent their help in a sport which finshed 2-0 to the house facet.

A Euro Garages FC coach mentioned: “It was a very good expertise and an amazing instance of unity. It was an incredible gesture, notably when no one needed to do something. To recognise what has occurred and provides us the chance to return collectively like that is nice.”

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Alan Lau and Lawrence Lok are encouraging extra East and South East Asians into soccer teaching to assist make the sport extra various

Blackburn’s Sufi mentioned: “It has been an outstanding day, which has seen all of us come collectively to make a distinction. The hope is that this may be the beginning of many extra optimistic issues to return. After we work collectively, we win collectively.”

ESEA Hornets founder Lau added: “I felt it was vital for me to be right here to symbolize Watford and stand in solidarity with fellow Asians within the sport.”

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