Notts County Ladies' managerial duo Rick Passmoor and Colin Walker will be Colin Slater's guests in the Wheelers Suite this Saturday for the game with Hartlepool United.
Passmoor, along with his assistant Walker, joined the Notts County Ladies Football Club after it’s founding in 2013.
The pair have led the Lady Pies to all four possible semi-finals during their reign, reaching both cup finals last season, including a showpiece final in the FA Women’s Cup which was played at Wembley Stadium for the first time, in front of a record crowd and a TV audience of just under 2 million.
Rick made his career as a defender at Scunthorpe United, before moving into management with Leeds United Ladies in 2007, winning the Premier League Trophy with them in 2010.
From here, Passmoor went on to coach in the Leeds United male academy, going on to manage the Under 18s and the reserve team under the guidance of senior team manager Simon Grayson.
In 2013 he made the move back into management of ladies football with Lincoln Ladies before making the move across to Notts County Ladies with their formation at the end of 2013.
When Rick joined Notts County in December 2013, he recruited former New Zealand striker Colin Walker as his assistant. Colin had a successful career as a player, finding the net once in every two appearances on average. The forward also had an impressive scoring record for his national side, scoring 10 goals in his 15 appearances.
After retiring through injury, Colin went on to take a number of coaching roles, including an 11 month spell as manager of York City in 2008. Walker also worked at Doncaster Rovers, becoming a technical development officer of their centre of excellence, before moving across to Nottingham to work with Rick.