Head Coach confirmed

Rost as a Redskins player

Rost as a Redskins player

Streatham Redskins are delighted to announce their coaching team for the 2013/14 season.

Returning for his first full season behind the bench is former Slough legend Warren Rost, who takes up the position of Head Coach.

The 42 year old made his first appearance as a Redskin in 1985 as a fresh faced teenager and then went on to a full time professional career with Ayr, Slough and Romford, before returning to his boyhood club in 2010 as a veteran forward.

Largely credited with turning round Streatham’s flagging fortunes last season, Rost has a no nonsense style of coaching and is already underway with recruitment of players for next season.

The straight talking Londoner is joined on the bench by another experienced local; Terry England. Terry has been a long time servant of the club both at junior and senior level and is a popular figure, especially with many of the local players who were under his tutorage as they learnt the game growing up.

Warren and Terry are working hard at present, obtaining the right players needed to compete in another tough season of NIHL South 1 hockey. Player announcements are likely to follow shortly.



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