This a brief message to thank all supporters and sponsors of Coggeshall Town Football Club whose support in recent weeks home and away has been phenomenal.
I just wanted to let everyone know it has not gone unnoticed by myself, the staff and all the players who really do appreciate people turning up week in, week out to give their support to the team.
Results have in the main been good, all season apart from a sticky spell early in the new year, but your support really helped the team stick together and come through that period to get back to winning ways. The team would like to think they have given all fans plenty to shout about so far this season, with a play-off spot already confirmed which is a tremendous achievement for a club that was newly promoted to this league at the start of the season, having never played at this level before in it’s entire history.
With only 5 league games to go and with a potential 2 more play off games to follow, I think it is vitally important that the whole club sticks together as one as we enter the final stages of the season. The more the players, staff, supporters and all those who help to run the club on a daily basis stick together and support each other the better chance we will have of being successful at the end of this campaign.
Myself and Olly, as directors of Coggeshall Town Football Club have put in an awful lot of effort and investment into the club throughout this season, which has been a tough ask due to the amount of work that was needed at West Street to gain the required ground grading to allow the club to continue playing at this level. Our dedication and commitement to the club has allowed us to get the ground in order, whilst still being able to keep a competitive team on the field to get such positive results.
Thanks again to all supporters and sponsors, we hope to see as many of you as possible home and away for the run in and into the playoffs, you really can be that 12th man for the team.
I look forward to seeing you all at West Street, this Saturday when Aveley are the visitors.