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Darren Marjoram takes over as Cambridge United Women’s manager

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Darren Marjoram has taken over as manager of Cambridge United Women
Darren Marjoram has taken over as manager of Cambridge United Women

Darren Marjoram has become Cambridge United Women's new manager.

The former St Ives Town Ladies boss will bring a wealth of experience to the U's, and was recently named the Hunts FA grassroots coach of the year.

Ben Yeomans remains with the U's as first-team coach.

"I'm delighted to be joined Cambridge United Women at the start of what will hopefully by an exciting season," said Marjoram.

"It's a big challenge, but one I am relishing.

"I have known quite a few of the people here for a few years now, and Ben, especially, is someone I have an excellent relationship with.

"We share a lot of the same ideas, and I am looking forward to working together and continuing all his outstanding work.

"The opportunity to work with him, the coaches, staff and a squad of very talented players is something I am very excited about.

"I am sad to leave a great club in St Ives Town, and I cannot thank all the board, the players and the staff enough for all their hard work and support over the last six years.

"Now I am fully focused on working with everyone at Cambridge United Women to achieve the goals we are setting oruselves for this season and the future."

United chair Vicky Hoover added: "We are absolutely delighted to have Darren with us.

"He is a well-respected and excellent coach. Darren and Ben have great chemistry and they will be a formidable duo going forward. Darren is here to win games, he's motivated and excited with the challenges ahead, and this has given everyone a boost.

"Ben has led the team excellently over the last two seasons, and he will remain as a hugely important presence within the team and the club."

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