Joe Collins

Joey Collins to step down as British Army Reserve Head Coach

Joey Collins has stepped down as Head Coach of our Army Reserve Representative Team.

Joey has been involved with the Reserves for five seasons and took over the Head Coach role from Steve Cotter in 2017. After 30 consecutive seasons involved in Army Football as a player, coach and player again, Joey needs some extra time to support his parents. He will still be involved in the Football with his new role as Head Coach at Bamber Bridge and the small matter of completing his A Licence. Joey is keen to keep close ties with the Army FA and would like to think he would get an opportunity to support Army Football in the future.

We would like to invite applications for the role of Army Reserve Head Coach. You would ideally be qualified to UEFA B or higher and be prepared to lead the team over six weekends a year and an annually training camp. Please send your Football CV to Major Steve Clout -<>

Photo - Joey holds the Army Reserve Challenge Cup after playing a full part in 4 LANCS win in April. This includes scoring the opening goal.