Friday, 9 July 2010

Johnstone's Paint Trophy scouting for a marvellous manager!

The Johnstone’s Paint Trophy has launched a summer scouting mission to find some of the most marvellous non-league managers in the UK.

As proud of sponsors of the Football League Trophy, Johnstone’s has enjoyed its most successful season yet and would like to thank its grass roots fans courtesy of a new campaign to put amateur managers in the spotlight.

Whether it’s a promising Pardew or an ambitious Abbott, the trophy is inviting everyone to nominate their favourite amateur bosses who they think are in a league of their own.

The trophy has created a bespoke section on its website for the football fraternity to nominate its most deserving candidates.

Every nomination will be displayed on the website during August for fans to log on and vote for their favourite. The winner will receive the first ever ‘Johnstone’s Marvellous Manager’ trophy, a commemorative ball from the 2009/10 final and a new strip for his team. Ten runner’s up will each receive a Johnstone’s Paint Trophy replica ball.

Johnstone’s Paint Trophy’s sponsorship manager Teresa Hardwick said: “Now that the summer is here, we thought it would be the perfect time for teams to reflect on their achievements over the years, and nominate their manager for some national recognition.

“It could be a club coach of more than 20 years or a newer kid on the block who has masterminded some recent successes.

“We really want pub footballers, non league players and anyone else to dig out their stars of the dug-out for us to celebrate.”

Players who wish to nominate their manager will have until the 31st July to upload a picture and short explanation as to why they think their manager deserves to win.

So to be in with a chance crowning your manager the best in the UK, simply visit and complete the online entry form or alternatively email your pictures and details to
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