Badman and Fishlock join Sherwood’s coaching staff at Taffs Well

James Fishlock and Lawrence Badman have joined Jamie Sherwood’s coaching staff at Division One side Taffs Well.

They will assist the former Yeovil Ladies Town manager with their coaching duties, working alongside assistant manager Steve Williams.

Taffs Well confirmed the news on their social media feed following a training session last night.

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James Fishlock is the brother of Wales Women’s superstar Jess Fishlock, who is currently playing in France for Olympique Lyonnais.

He had most recently been on the coaching staff with Welsh Premier Women’s League side Cyncoed Ladies, working alongside Fern Burrage.

In a previous interview with Beautiful Game Wales, Fishlock named Taffs Well boss Jamie Sherwood as one of his role models.

Fishlock said: “I’m very fortunate to have good friends in the game; Jamie Sherwood and Fern are two great role models for me. They’re both very successful, hardworking and humble people. They’re very inspirational.”

Badman is a Coach Educator at the FAW Trust, working towards C Certificate coaches. Lawrence Badman was previously the youth manager of Cambrian & Clydach Vale.

The Wellmen have played just one game under new manager Jamie Sherwood, following the departure of Adrian Needs. It was a narrow defeat to Goytre in the League.

Sherwood will have to wait for over a month for his first game at Rhiw Dd’ar. After the Haverfordwest County fixture was postponed, Taffs Well will now not have a home fixture until January 26th, when they play Llantwit Major.

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Taffs Well who are bottom of Division One are scheduled to play Port Talbot Town a week Saturday at Victoria Road.

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