A Wanderers stalwart, and the most successful under-18s manager the team has ever had, has taken up the role of President in his 40th year with the football club.
During his time as manager, Daryn Noble helped secure numerous league and cup doubles, as well as the Upton Trophy.
In his new role, Mr Noble will be responsible for the day-to-day running of the club as well as strategic matters. His predecessor, Gary Dauvin, retired from the position two years ago and the Club's Chairman, Nigel Le Quesne, temporarily filled the post.
Mr Noble's appointment is one of three recently made by the club following its AGM. Former player, Chris Andrews has jumped into management and has been appointed First Team Coach.
A product of the JTC Jersey Wanderers Youth Academy, he went on to have a glittering career with Wanderers and then as a leading island player.
The club's recently appointed football adviser and former Jersey FA manager Craig Culkin commented: “Having been involved in coaching Chris I know the attributes he possessed on the field will be transferred to his new role as manager of JTC Wanderers.
"He will bring a presence and winning mentality to his new role and get the players excited to challenge for trophies in addition to the undoubted professionalism and expertise that Richard will bring to goalkeeper coaching.
Mr Andrews will be supported by Richard Herbert, who has been named Goalkeeping Coach, having helped develop some of the island’s best goalkeepers, as well as current coach Rob Cameron.
Pictured: Nigel Le Quesne and Craig Culkin.
"We want to mount a serious campaign this coming season, and we have all the building blocks in place to make a real challenge," Nigel Le Quesne, Chair of the Board for the Club, and CEO of sponsor JTC, said.
"I’m delighted with our management line-up, and I’m convinced that Daryn, who works tirelessly for the Club, will be a fantastic President. His dedication, loyalty and commitment is unswerving and there’s no doubt he will preside over the club with nothing but the best for its players, members and supporters.”
Mr Culkin added: "These are exciting times for JTC Jersey Wanderers and I’m looking forward to working with Daryn, Chris and Richard as we look together to take the Club back to the top of Channel Islands football.”
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