Kathryn Lusk steps down at Peterborough United Ladies

New manager for peteroborough united
Photo: Andy Powell

Kathryn Lusk has stepped down as manager of Peterborough United FC Ladies after a successful five years in charge of the East Midlands League side.

The club’s website announced that Lusk (pictured above – top right) has been succeeded in the post by Natasha Buckland.

Posh’s new boss has previously managed/coached in the FA WNL Division 1 Midlands and also the East Midlands League.

Peterboorugh united's new manager, Natasha Buckland
Natasha Buckland won an award at the National Football Futures Academy & Awards ceremony at St Georges Park in 2016. (The FA via Getty Images)

The reserve side are also under new management for the coming season, Robin Chaudhuri will take over as manager with Stephen Devonport as his assistant. Both have experience in the female game having spent the last two seasons with Glinton and Northborough FC Girls.

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