After 1 seasons in charge, Martin Willis has announced he will be stepping down from the manager role. We would like to take this opportunity to wish Martin all the best for the future and thank him for his commitment and hard work he brought to the team. We hope to see him alongside the side lines cheering us on as we chase some more silverware this season.

Fulham DFC wasted no time in appointing a new manager. We are pleased to announce that Richard Parker has agreed to take over as Fulham DFC manager on a permanent basis. Richard was already associated with the club before so he is sure to know most of the current players. A few words from Richard ahead of the upcoming season. “I’m really pleased to have been appointed as manager and I’m looking forward to a successful season. I’m really committed to this role and hope that the players follow my lead and show their commitment to the club. This season I want to see really positive attitudes towards fitness levels, team work and discipline and in achieving this we will be looking to be promoted out of Surrey South East Combination Division 2 and taking the British Deaf Football Cup and the English Deaf Football Cup. To help us achieve all this I’m happy to announce Daniel Hogan as Assistant Manager with Mark Saunderson and Ayad Sarraf continuing on as Head Coach and Secretary. Here’s to a fruitful season!”

We wish Richard all the best for the 15/16 season and his first competitive game in charge is on 5th September 2015 against Wandgas Sports.

Come on you Deaf Whites!