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The Weston Workers Bears Football Club are delighted to announce that Kew Jaliens will take the role of Head Coach in 2019.

Kew has been associated with the Bears now for the past three seasons in a technical director/advisor role and we are very pleased that he will now take on our most senior role.

Having completed his UEFA A Licence and being a former Dutch international player who played at the 2008 Olympics and the 2006 World Cup, Kew will bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to a Bears team which has great potential amongst it’s young roster.

The Bears are extremely excited by this announcement, Kew knows what is needed to play and win at the highest level and we look forward to Kew bringing this culture to the Bears in 2019.

Over the next few weeks Kew will be building his coaching team as we prepare for the season ahead.

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The Weston Workers Bears FC advise that following a meeting with Head Coach Steve Piggott this afternoon a decision has been made that Steve will not continue as head coach of the football club in 2019. This decision has been made in what the club believes to be in its best interests moving forward. The Club and Steve have agreed he will remain as head coach for the remainder of the 2018 season.
The club would like to thank Steve for all his efforts during his tenure as head coach and we wish him all the very best for the remainder of the season and future endeavours.

2018 OBD

Thank you to all the Olde Bears for making the game - It made a huge diference. 

Hail Hail..

FFA Cup

Weston have gone down 0-2 against Hamilton Olympic in their 5th round FFA Cup tie and exit the competition for 2018.

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