Curtis Woodhouse Appointed Seasiders Manager

“I’m delighted to take over the job as manager of Bridlington Town, it’s a club that I’ve had a soft spot for since I watched them play against Yeading in the FA Vase back in 1990 at Wembley and I’ve always had a interest in the football club since then.

I used to ball boy for the club when Colin Morris was the manager and use to love having a kick about with his son Lee after the final whistle, I spent most of my youth playing for Bridlington Rangers under 10s to under 15s and have played many finals on Queensgate not loosing too many, let’s hope that continues!

So to return as the manager is a proud moment for me, normally when a new manager takes over a club it’s in crisis but Gary Allanson has done a excellent job over the years so I’m fortunate to take over a team that is already on the right footing, my job is to try and improve us and I’m sure the club has a very bright future with me at the helm, I’m looking forward to working with Pete Smurthwaite on and off the pitch to drive the football club to the next level starting today, thanks and let’s really get behind the team”

Many thanks,

Curtis Woodhouse.