Stop Out appoint senior coaching team for next year’s Central League campaign

Central League club Stop Out are wasting no time in developing their plans for the 2024 season.

Having consolidated their position in the competition after winning promotion to this year’s Central League, the club has re-appointed its senior men’s coaching team.

Alistair Yates will return as the club’s Director of Men’s Football and First Team Head Coach in 2024.

He will again have the coaching team of Steve Guley, Chris Campbell and Paul Commerford returning for another year.

Yates told Stop Out followers on the club’s social media:

“I am delighted to be back for another season at Stop Out. It’s been a great experience so far, and we’ve laid a strong foundation to really crack on towards National League football.

“With Steve, Chris and Paul — who are the real brains behind the operation — I am fortunate to have them alongside me.

“Our focus is to continue developing other aspects of our football pathway. 2024 is a big year for the Reserve and Third teams, and I am excited about the work we are doing in the youth space.”

Final standings

Reserves head coach sought

Stop Out invite expressions of interest for the role of head coach for the club’s men’s reserve team for 2024.

The reserve team will work closely with the first team, who will contest the Central League, and the third team who play in Capital Four.

“We are heavily focused on success in this space for 2024 and are seeking a suitable candidate who fits in with our club ethos and culture,” the club says.

The ideal candidate will be:
– Well Organised.
– Reliable.
– Flexible.
– Focused.
– An excellent man manager.

Remuneration is available for this role and will be discussed at the interview stage.

How to apply

CVs should be sent to Director of Men’s Football Alistair Yates at

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