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Thursday 23rd of October 2014

AFC Urmston Meadowside

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MEDS form a link with STEGTA

Our Club has recently formed a link with Salford and Trafford Engineering Group Training Association Ltd (STEGTA) which could give job opportunities for young Club members and at the same time benefit the Club financially. STEGTA have just sponsored our U13s Meteors and it is through manager Vinny Eckersley and former coach Ian Parker that the arrangement has been formed. STEGTA can offer apprenticeships to young people aged 16 and over. Anyone from Meds wishing to apply should state that they have been referred by Meds. STEGTA will then pay the Club a fee if the applicant is successful in obtaining an apprenticeship. For more information, go to the STEGTA website

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