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Brad Norris Jones Joins Pacific Football Club Management Team

February 1, 2019 - Canadian Premier League (CPL) - Pacific FC News Release

Victoria, BC - Pacific Football Club added Brad Norris Jones, the former general manager of the Victoria HarbourCats, to their management team today. Norris Jones will take on the position of executive vice president of operations with the club for the inaugural 2019 season.

"This is an exciting opportunity to work with Pacific FC as the team and league is just establishing itself in the region and in the country overall," said Norris Jones, executive vice president of operations, Pacific FC. "I have the background in working with sports start-ups and this is a venture like none other."

The Canadian Premier League starts in late April with Pacific Football Club representing BC in the seven team league. The matches will be held at Westhills Stadium in Langford that is currently undergoing renovations to expand to 6,000 seats. Norris Jones joins former professional footballers Josh Simpson and Rob Friend on the executive team as they look forward to bringing a new level of football to Vancouver Island.

"Our goal is to bring a first class football experience to Vancouver Island and Brad's background and enthusiasm will support us in this venture," said Josh Simpson, president, Pacific FC. "He's a great fit to help bring our club into the community."

Norris Jones, who spent six seasons in management with the HarbourCats, will be responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of Pacific FC in the lead up to the 15 game season. Spring training begins in a month and completing the roster is the current business at hand. The team has now signed seven players; Mark Village, Noah Verhoeven, Alessandro Hojabrpour, Matthew Baldisimo, Terran Campbell, Kadin Chung and Marcus Haber with additional players and the team schedule to be announced in the coming weeks.

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