Tributes paid to Brian Joseph who leaves WWSET

Wycombe Wanderers Sports and Education Trust (WWSET) would like to wish our Sports Participation Coach, Brian Joseph, all the very best, as he has made the decision to step away from our Elite Development Academy and start a new role working within the NHS. We put the notice out on our social media channels on 15th September and received some lovely words about our coach.

On Facebook, Kevin Bennett said “Good luck for the future Brian and thank you for everything you have done for the players over the years 💯👏👏👏, Rachael Bamford added “Good luck Brian. He’s an amazing coach inspiring many young players and I’m sure his presence will be missed by all ⚽️ 👏🏼” and Sarah Taylan had this to say: “Brian is amazing, Dylan loved being coached by him. Wishing Brian the best of luck in his new job!”

Anny Oliver thanked Brian, saying, “Thank you so much for all the coaching and guidance that you gave my boy over the years. A real gent”, Heidi Nugent saidGood luck Brian. Thanks for being such an amazing coach to the boys” and Tricia O’Keeffe also wished him well: “Best of luck to Brian. Lovely man and my daughter loved being coached by him a few years back ⚽️“. Finally, Sammi-Jo Harris simply said “Good luck in your next chapter Brian 👏👏” 

Over to Twitter, and Gavin Gregory replied ” 👏👏 will be missed, top coach” and Mick Lewin described Brian as “a legend!” and added “Hope all is well Brian. Good luck with your new role”

Great words for a great man! On top of these great comments, the post amassed over 100 likes. We want to say a BIG thank you to Coach Brian for his work and very much look forward to seeing him back in action with the EDA early in 2022!

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