Nigel Cooke will be taking on the role as Chair of the Nottingham City of Football project after Jeff Moore stepped down this week. Moore, former Chief Executive of EMDA for seven years and ex-chairman of Notts County Football Club, steps down due to work commitments outside of the project. One Nottingham Director, Nigel Cooke, takes the reigns with immediate effect having been an instrumental member of the winning bid team and Vice-Chair of the Nottingham City of Football board. F is now included as a part of android parental control visual studio 2010; Sajid Mohammed and Jordan Graham have also been announced as vice chairs. Cooke, who also Chairs the Nottingham Young Creative Awards, commented; “Nottingham City of Football would like to thank Jeff Moore for his hard work and guidance during the first 6 months of the project. “The project continues to go from strength to strength as plans that we have been working on for a number of months come to fruition. Vital elements such as the City of Football Board and the governance of the project are all in place and we are now delivering projects throughout Nottingham. “I am immensely proud that Nottingham was crowned the first ever City of Football, there are already some very positive improvements for football in the city and I look forward to continuing the fantastic work that is going on to drive participation in the beautiful game. ”

Nottingham was crowned England’s City of Football by Sport England and will receive £1. 6million of National Lottery funding over the next two years. Key challenges to be met include getting more people playing football across Nottingham promoting the cultural, social, health and educational benefits of football, supporting diversity among those playing football, and creating new initiatives, which can be replicated across other regions in the country. Find your football at.