Football: Joe Pascoe wins Volunteer of the Year prize at Pride of Brent awards

PUBLISHED: 16:00 06 December 2017

Joe Pascoe (centre, right) receives his Volunteer of the Year prize at the Pride of Brent awards (pic: Brent Schools' FA)

Joe Pascoe (centre, right) receives his Volunteer of the Year prize at the Pride of Brent awards (pic: Brent Schools' FA)


Brent Schools’ FA coach honoured for contribution to football in borough

Brent Schools’ FA coach Joe Pascoe was named Volunteer of the Year at The Pride of Brent awards.

The 47-year-old was recognised for his outstanding contribution to football in the borough.

Pascoe runs the Brent under-11 team, as well as the Middlesex Schools’ under-16 and Hendon sides.

The Kingsbury resident also runs after school activities at St Robert Southwell School.

Pascoe been a champion of girls’ football, having led the Brent FA’s Wildcats football centre.

He is bringing along the next generation of coaches, mentoring his daughter Olivia, who also supports the girls’ football teams.

Pascoe is an FA Level Two coach who plans to study for a UEFA B licence next year On winning the award, Pascoe said: “It is an honour to be recognised by Brent.

“I have really accepted the award on behalf of all of the other people who give their time to provide opportunities for young people in Brent.”

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