Published: 08:00, 06 June 2014
Keith Levett is looking for a new challenge after quitting his role as Chatham Town assistant manager.
The Chats No.2 has been assistant manager since 2011 but left on good terms this week.
Levett said: “When the season ends you think, ‘do I want to do this for another year?’
“I have enjoyed my time at Chatham and it’s been a great experience alongside some lovely people.
“As an assistant you support the players and you support the manager but I can’t see myself doing that for another year. I want to do something else that isn’t just about supporting people.”
Levett works in football as an academy coach for 16-19 year-olds with teams that include Margate and Crystal Palace.
He said: “I wish Chatham all the best and I have nothing but positive things to say about the manager Kevin Watson.
“I would like to maybe work at a slightly higher level or work with identifying players and possibly even a No.1 somewhere.
“I haven’t left Chatham for another job. I am enjoying spending time with my family and I will see what crops up.”
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