2014-15 Fixtures
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Physiotherapist Interns Required
( 13 Votes )
Wednesday, 02 July 2014 10:07

Required: Chartered Physiotherapist / Sports Therapist

Salary: Internship

Location: Solihull

Responsible to: Head Physiotherapist

Purpose of post: To deliver physiotherapy/sports therapy services to all players involved in the club set up and continue pathways through to first team level. Promote and protect the health and wellbeing of all girls and boys within the club. Work within the Code of Conduct and Good Practice of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and Society of Sports Therapists.

Start Date: ASAP

Responsible for:
The welfare of players within the all teams within the club set up.
Providing assessment, treatment and functional rehabilitation of injured players.
Clinical decision making process (fitness of player to train or play).
Player education (injury prevention).
Continuing Professional Development
Communication regarding injury status and rehabilitation of players to coaching staff and parents.
Medical records. All notes and records must be kept securely. All medical records must meet the standards set by the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) and SST
Confidentiality. The physiotherapist must at all times abide by the CSP Rules of Professional Conduct.
Must be available at training sessions and attend all matches, home and away

Key skills and Experience required

Current Physiotherapy Degree or Sports Therapy Degree
Membership of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and Health Professions Council and/or SST
FA Emergency Aid Certificate
An accepted Enhanced FA CRB (Criminal Records Bureau) Disclosure
Knowledge and understanding of child protection issues including holding a current FA Safeguarding Children Workshop certificate
Evidence of continuing education in sports medicine
Previous experience in, and appropriate skills for, the delivery of musculoskeletal physiotherapy
Have knowledge and understanding of youth player musculoskeletal development.
Willingness to work evenings and weekends.
Ability to communicate effectively with people from diverse backgrounds.
Ability to travel independently.
Ability to work in a team environment

Knowledge and understanding of working with young players
Previous experience of working in sport
Ability to organise and prioritise own workload

If you are interested in this position, please send your CV with a covering letter to: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Closing Date: 11/08/14

U21s Pick Up Fair Play Award
( 13 Votes )
Tuesday, 17 June 2014 10:00

u21sfairplayAt the Midland Combination Football League annual presentation evening, our Under 21s team won the 'Fair Play' award for their league.


An excellent achievement, and congratulations to head coach Luke Tisdale and all the players on this very worthy award.


Receiving the award on behalf of the club was Chairman Trevor Stevens (pictured right), with fellow Moors Director Ray Bird.

Girl Power!
( 11 Votes )
Saturday, 14 June 2014 18:40

A successful Summer Tournament weekend saw three more of our Girls Teams win trophies


End of an Era for U18s
( 5 Votes )
Saturday, 14 June 2014 00:00

u18sendOur Under 18, Midland Junior Premier League side held their end of season presentations for the last time, with the team not continuing next season. An emotional evening saw Moors Chairman Trevor Stevens present two awards to Nathan Collett for Players and Parents Player of the Season. The Top Scorer award went to Ben Hill, and Manager Tim Delaney's award went to Jack Turner.


"It has been an absolute pleasure to coach this group of talented players, some of whom I have worked with for 11 years, and I wish all of them the very best in their footballing futures. I also want to thank the parents for their support over the years, and to my Assistant Manager Jim Hudson for his invaluable support". Tim Delaney

Girls Under 11s In Tournament Win
( 10 Votes )
Thursday, 12 June 2014 07:51

u11sgirlssummercupAfter a long, hard season where the girls finished 6th in the league they triumphed in the annual Marston Green FC Tournament. All 4 group games were tough but a draw against Marston Green, back to back victories against Kingshurst B and Leafield and a defeat against Kingshurst A saw the girls finish second.


Then, in the semi finals, a comfortable 3-0 win against Kingshurst A, to avenge the group defeat set up the final against Leafield. It was a hard fought affair as both teams attacked from the first whistle in a thrilling encounter befitting a cup final.


With only three minutes remaining and nothing between them extra time was looming when Solihull Moors scored a well worked goal from close range. In the last minute they sealed victory with a great demonstration of pass and move football followed by a rocket shot into the net.


The girls spirit and dogged determination got them over the line and ended a three year wait for their first trophy. Needless to say celebrations went long into the night!

News Story
( 23 Votes )
Tuesday, 10 June 2014 14:00

owen storySolihull Manager Marcus Bignot has today added to his attacking options by signing Brackley Town's Owen Story. The 29 year old former Rushden & Diamonds trainee, Redditch United, Torquay and Hinckley United front runner was signed by Brackley in December 2009 and has made over 150 appearances for the club scoring 35 goals. In his time at Brackley he helped them win promotion to the Conference North in 2012, and then made 40 appearances in their first season at this level as they finished in 3rd place, and then were defeated in the playoff final to Halifax. This past season they finished in 7th, and Owen has now racked up 62 appearances at this level, scoring 11 times.

"I am very happy that we have managed to secure Owen's services for next season, having seen him at close quarters develop as a youngster at Rushden and Diamonds, and then in more recent times at Brackley. Not only did I see his potential being fulfilled at first hand, I have also seen a mature, mentally strong character and a genuine nice person develop. Having been part of a Brackley side that in the past two seasons has competed regularly at the top of this league, he will bring the experience and the mentality we are looking for, and a different dimension to our forward play, I know he will be an excellent addition to our squad.

We as a club work extra hard in order to create the best professional environment we can, along with a viable business infrastructure, so it's pleasing when you see all the newcomers of the likes of Owen, Arron Brown, Liam Daly, Tony Breedon, as well as all the way down at Youth and Junior level, where we have added new teams and players this year. People want to be a part of this club, and we are striving to be improving year on year, and to achieve our ambitions both on and off the pitch, to become a successful Community Club for the Borough of Solihull". Marcus Bignot

League & Club Statements In Response To Federbet Report
Thursday, 05 June 2014 05:24

The following statement was made by the Football Conference, issued in relation to a presentation made to the European Parliament by an organisation called Federbet. This included a chart listing some 10 matches in the Conference in 2013/14 which they claim were a subject of 'match fixing'.

"The Football Conference works closely with the Football Association on all matters concerning integrity within our sport. This relationship with the Football Association includes liaison around any suspicious betting activity or patterns. Furthermore, as part of the robust monitoring system employed in England, such liaison is conducted in conjunction with the Gambling Commission, leading betting companies and other agencies appointed by the Football Association. At this time there is no evidence that any of the fixtures specifically listed by Federbet, relating to our competition, have been the subject of report or investigation. Therefore we are at a loss to understand what evidence may exist for Federbet to make such claims? Federbet has not consulted with the Football Conference about making such alleged information public".
Colin Peake, Director, The Football Conference Ltd

A spokesman for Solihull Moors said of this announcement: "We are not aware of any investigation into our game against Stalybridge Celtic, and as such have never been contacted by anyone from Federbet, The Football Association, or the Football Conference, however you can rest assured that if we are contacted regarding an investigation in the coming weeks, we will assist and support the authorities in every way possible. No further comment from the club will be made on this matter".

Solihull Singh's Goodbye
( 14 Votes )
Tuesday, 27 May 2014 13:00

jasawardOut of contract Goalkeeper Jasbir Singh has signed for his former club Kidderminster Harriers on a free transfer, drawing to a close four seasons as the Moors number one. 24 year old Singh made 192 appearances for the club and gained a reputation as one of the best shot-stoppers in non-league football, personally saving the team points on many occasions, and helping the team keep 53 clean sheets in his time here. He achieved national recognition last year when he won the Asian Non-League Player of the Year Award.

Whilst the club made every attempt to keep Jasbir at the club, we are sorry to lose one of our longest serving players, but at the same time happy the player has fulfilled his wish to progress back into full-time football.


"I would like to personally thank Jas for his time here at Solihull Moors. His commitment and performances for us over the last four years have been fantastic. Jas returns to Kidderminster now a more mature goalkeeper and a much better one at that, due to his development and experiences whilst playing for Solihull Moors. We would all like to wish Jas the best of luck for the future". Marcus Bignot

Promoted Under 12s In Need Of New Players
( 5 Votes )
Monday, 26 May 2014 00:00

We are looking to add to our already successful team for the coming season 2014/2015. After gaining promotion to the Premier Division, places have became available. Therefore we are opening up our training sessions from the 4th June for any players wishing to join our club. Your child will need to be in current Year 6, going into Year 7 in September.

If you are interested then please contact Matt Bonas on 07804825912 or Steve Askin on 07557447808

Striker Leaves To Take On Management Role
( 16 Votes )
Saturday, 24 May 2014 08:59

gary_birchStriker Gary Birch has decided to end his playing career with the Moors in order to begin his management career and takes over as manager of Highgate United. The former Walsall and Chasetown forward joined the Moors in 2012 and in his time has scored a number of memorable goals, become a firm favourite with the fans, combining his first team duties with that of groundsman.

Defender Returns As Squad Takes Shape
( 26 Votes )
Friday, 23 May 2014 15:03

domlangdonFollowing a short spell at the end of last season with Brackley Town, Dominic Langdon (left) will return to the Moors for the start of the 2014/15 season. The defender has made 139 starts for the Moors since initially joining in 2010 (again from Brackley) and his versatility as both a full-back and centre-half will make him a great asset to the team. During his time at the Moors he has represented British Universities at the 2011 World Student Games in China, returning to win the Supporters' Player of the Year that season.

Dom joins new signings Tony Breeden, Liam Daly and Aaron Brown in next season’s squad.

pierpointSolihull Moors are also pleased to also announce that new deals have been signed by Club Captain Rob Elvins, Vice-Captain Ryan Beswick and record appearance holder Junior English, who join Top Goalscorer Omar Bogle, Jordan Gough and Reece Fleet who are also signed up for the forthcoming season.

Moors Manager Marcus Bignot has also retained the services of key personel in Jay Denny, Darryl Knights and Richard Taundry. Returning for pre-season will also be Goalkeeper Deale Chamberlain, as well as Michael Nottingham, Alex Dean, Josh Hawker, Dior Angus and Michael Taylor.

Defender Stuart Pierpoint (right) has signed for Leamington as the club was unable to offer him terms for next season. Stuart recently passed 100 appearances for the club, and his three years of dedicated service to the club will not be forgotten.

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