Andrew Price appointed head coach of Calabar High’s Manning Cup team
Andrew Price

Former assistant national football coach Andrew Price has been appointed head coach of Calabar High School’s Under-19 football team.

“Price will be responsible for the overall football programme and for coaching the Under-19 football team to develop students' skills so that they may excel in football.

“He is expected to deliver a competitive programme that contributes to the holistic development of the students in keeping with the school’s objective of producing rounded, capable young men with excellent leadership skills,” said Calabar in a release.

Calabar’s under-19 team competes in the urban area Manning Cup competition, which the school has won on three occasions.

Price has over 30 years of experience as a player and coach.

He was National Premier League's 2012 Coach of the Year and assistant coach of Jamaica's senior women’s team that participated in the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup.

Additionally, he continues to mentor and support youngsters through the Boys' Town Football Club, with whom he has been associated for the past 20 years, the release stated.

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