Published: 10:00, 13 January 2021
| Updated: 10:00, 13 January 2021
Struggling Welling have sacked manager Bradley Quinton after a year in charge with the team bottom of National League South.
The board have acted after one win in 11 games this season, with last night’s 2-0 defeat by St Albans proving to be Quinton’s final match.
A Wings statement said: “We would like to place on record our thanks to Brad Quinton and his management team for all their efforts during their time at the club during unprecedented circumstances.
“We’re sure supporters will join the directors, players and staff in wishing Brad and his team all the best for the future.”
Director of football Gary Fiore has been placed in temporary charge while the Wings search for a successor.
It’s been a tough season for Welling who were also knocked out of the FA Cup by Southern Counties East club Sheppey.
Quinton caused a stir in the aftermath when he claimed the Ites had been no better than his side.
He signed four players last week, adding to the earlier loan capture of prolific Cray striker Joe Taylor, in a bid to revive Welling's fortunes.
There were encouraging signs in a goalless draw at Oxford City at the weekend but Quinton’s time is up.
Welling host Tonbridge this Saturday.