27-year-old has a number of experiences in coaching
- Jordan Wimpenny appointed as Huddersfield Town Women Manager
- Wimpenny was previously First Team Coach at Town Women
- Comments from Chairman David Mallin
Huddersfield Town Women are delighted to announce Jordan Wimpenny as their new Manager.
The 27-year-old, who originally joined the Club’s Women’s Team in July 2019 as First Team Coach, will now take over from Ashley Vickers as First Team Manager.
Jordan has had a plethora of experiences in coaching having worked at Stevenage FC and MK Dons as an Academy Coach, as well as working with the ECFA (English College’s National Team) Men’s Team.
The new Town Women’s Manager also works in the local community for the Huddersfield Town Foundation. He leads on their Tomorrow’s Terriers programme, which aims to develop youngsters in and around Huddersfield.
Huddersfield Town Women’s Chairman, David Mallin, commented:
“We are absolutely thrilled that Jordan will be taking over as the new Manager of Huddersfield Town’s Women.
“Since joining us last July, he has impressed and showed real leadership and motivational qualities, which will help him as he makes the step up with us.
“I think a lot of people can see that this team has a lot of potential and I believe that Jordan, with his knowledge of the team, is the perfect person to help take us to the next level.
“I look forward to continuing my working relationship with him and I’m excited for the future of Huddersfield Town Women.”
You can follow his progress with the Town Women via @HTAFCWomen on Twitter!