Published: 00:00, 03 September 2014 |
Updated: 16:54, 03 September 2014
Deal Town manager Darren Anslow has resigned following Tuesday’s 2-1 FA Cup replay loss at Chessington & Hook United.
Anslow was appointed Paul Murray’s successor in late June.
Club chairman Derek Hares said in a statement: “The board of directors of Deal Town FC have today accepted the resignation of 1st team manager Darren Anslow.
“The board would like to thank Darren for all his hard work during his time at the club.
“A new manager will not be appointed at this time while the board re-assess the situation.
“The management of the first and reserve teams in the interim period will be covered by myself, Dave Johncock, Paul Egan and Darren Hales.
“I hope the club’s supporters will get behind the first and reserve teams and give them the support they need.”
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