TADCASTER Albion have continued with their appointments of backroom staff under their ‘#NewEra’ campaign, appointing two coaches to form their ‘Emerging Talent Squad’ (ETS).

The ETS squad will aim to provide a clear pathway for those players aged 16 to 21 from the youth set-up to Paul Quinn’s first-team squad.

Heading up the ETS will be former Manchester City and Leeds United academy coach Steve Grime.

He is currently the head of football at the University of Leeds, academy manager at UFCA (Ultimate Football Coaching Academy) and a coach with the England universities national team.

Grime said: “I am looking forward to working with Paul and Steve (Waide, assistant coach) who I have known for a few years now in previous roles and understand the #NewEra they are creating giving local talented young players the chance to progress.

“The staff team they have built to move forward is excellent and I am excited to be a part of it.”

Joining Grime as a coach in the ETS is former Ossett Albion Ladies manager Daniel Steele.

He has a degree in Sports Coaching from Leeds Beckett University and is looking to begin a Masters degree in the subject.

Steele said: “I am really happy to be involved with the club - it is an exciting time for Tadcaster Albion and an ideal platform for me to help and develop others.”

“We welcome them both and wish them every success at the club,” Tadcaster said on their website.

Elsewhere, the club have confirmed the re-signing of goalkeeper Aaron Burn for next season.

Burn joined the club from Darlington in January last year and is described by the club as “one of the brightest goalkeeping talents out there.”