Peter Waller joins Colney Heath as head coach

PUBLISHED: 13:52 23 May 2016 | UPDATED: 13:52 23 May 2016

Colney Heath have appointed Peter Waller as head coach. Picture: HARRY HUBBARD

Colney Heath have appointed Peter Waller as head coach. Picture: HARRY HUBBARD

Archant

Peter Waller has been named as the new head coach for Colney Heath Football Club.

Waller, who counts Harpenden Town, Stotfold, Biggleswade United, Biggleswade Town and Bedford among his former clubs, will assist manager Micky Nathan for the upcoming season.

Speaking on Colney Heath’s website, Nathan said: “Peter has a wealth of experience to the club and his knowledge is first class.

“He knows this league inside out and the players also, he is already looking at speaking to players he knows and bringing a few with him.

“He is here for the long haul like myself, he sees it as a project and a chance to bring back the good days to Colney Heath FC.

“I have know Pete for a few years now and played against his sides many times. He is very clam and collected but very passionate about the game.

“I met with him a few times and listened to what he had to say and he listened to me also. It just seemed to click and we knew that we could achieve something great.

“To have him on board is fantastic, not just for the first team but for the whole club.

“I cant wait for pre-season and the players are going to love what we are preparing.

“We want players that are going to be committed and focused on goals we set.”

Nathan is still looking for to add to his backroom staff with a coach the next priority.

More news stories

A major St Albans business is putting aside money to stockpile food in case of a no-deal Brexit.

07:41

The decision on whether to allow stables to be built on a community meadow in St Albans has been deferred by the council’s planning referrals committee.

Yesterday, 17:00

A teenager who painted an iconic St Albans landmark has created popular Christmas cards of the designs.

Yesterday, 12:00

Personal debt levels in Harpenden rose by 11 per cent in the three months leading up to October.

Most read stories

Show Job Lists

Digital Edition

Image
Read the The Herts Advertiser e-edition E-edition

Newsletter Sign Up

Herts Advertiser weekly newsletter
Sign up to receive our regular email newsletter

Our Privacy Policy