Coaches

Coaches

 

BRIAN STOCK (Stocky)

Previous Clubs:

Afc Bournemouth

Preston North End

Doncaster Rovers

Burnley FC

Wales Under 21’s (4)

Wales Senior caps (3)

For the past 19 years i like to think i have lived my boy hood dream. Its been a fantastic journey from signing my first ever football contract at 15 years old for AFC Bournemouth to experiencing International football representing Wales playing against some of the Worlds best players. I managed to achieve 3 International caps, over 450 league games and gained promotions from every English League with Afc Bournemouth, Doncaster Rovers and Burnley. Something i am very proud to have achieved.
I have 3 children of my own and have always enjoyed coaching children of all ages and abilities throughout my career. I’m delighted to be able to set up BSFA and give back my knowledge of the game to inspire the younger generation of today.
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JAMES HAYTER (Hayts)

Previous Clubs:

Afc Bournemouth

Doncaster Rovers

Yeovil Town

James has  made over 700 league appearances and scored over 200 goals in an exceptional career.  He is regarded by many peers as one of the best finishers they have ever played football with.  Not only has he been on the winning side in three League play off finals he also holds 2 records! In October 2000 he scored 4 goals in a league match which equalled AFC Bournemouth’s club record and amazingly the fastest ever football league hatrick in 2 mins 13 secs vs Wrexham in February 2004. James is also fully qualified and progressing very well with his coaching badges and BSFA are really pleased to work with someone of James’s calibre.
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WARREN CUMMINGS (Waz)

Previous Clubs:

Chelsea

Dundee United

West Bromwich Albion

Afc Bournemouth

Crawley Town

Afc Wimbledon

Scotland U21’s

Scotland

Warren has enjoyed a fantastic career as a professional footballer representing many clubs.
He started his career at Chelsea but was loaned out to Dundee United, West Bromwich Albion and of course Afc Bournemouth where he enjoyed the majority of his career racking up over 250 appearances for the cherries.

Having previously represented Scotland u21s, Warren was called up in 2002 to represent Scotland’s full squad in a far east game versus Honk Kong.

Warren was known for his blistering pace down the left hand side and if it wasn’t for a horrific injury in 2005 the management, players and fans believed Warren would go on to play higher.

Having played non league for a few years he decided to call it a day in 2016. He now scouts for championship side Bristol City.

Warren is an excellent coach and having always been the joker of the pack the children can relate to him very well.
BSFA are delighted to have a top class ex professional footballer with such a high intelligence of the game on board.
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