♫Will he stay or will he go now ♫
Rumours ran riot this week at Home of Aluminiums’s Walton Summit Training Academy following the shock resignation of Manchester United Supremo Sir Alex Ferguson. Fergie a long-time admirer of wily Home of Aluminium’s head coach John Simmon’s achievements in developing home grown talent and blending it with the right amalgam of bought in talent is no secret in Premiership circles.
A back four of all Home of Aluminium academy break through protégés, Bailey, Pepperell, Ramsden and Cheers, a mid-field trinity all academy graduates of Fuller Atkins and the iconic Milkman (reminiscent of Best Law and Charlton in the great Man United side of the late 70’s). Upfront signings of Malaga playmaker and poster boy Jose Vasques and of course the coup of the decade the season long loan signing of Pope Benedict 16th following his retirement from Serie A, This indeed not only brought divine intervention but as importantly 700 million catholic’s into the Simmal merchandising pool.
John was customarily tight lipped when door stepped by local journos in Walton le Dale earlier “ I am very happy in my current position, when I took the helm we were just a small local outfit, we have since made a name for ourselves in Europe and in recent years have gone global, we have a great bunch of lads, good young talent coming through and I am very much looking forward to the 2014 season."
I’m Jacqui Lambert for News at Simmal at the Home of Aluminium