Weston FC manager leaves club

WESTON Football Club manager Andy Gurney has departed his role just a week after the club was relegated.

WESTON Football Club manager Andy Gurney has departed his role just a week after the club was relegated.

The Woodspring Stadium club confirmed today (Fri) that Gurney, who took charge in August 2008, has left by mutual consent.

A statement released by the Blue Square South club said: "It is with regret that the club announce the departure of manager Andy Gurney by mutual consent following a difficult season on the pitch.

"The board would like to take this opportunity to thank Andy for his contribution to the club both as team captain and manager."


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Gurney's former assistant Ryan Northmore is taking temporary charge until the end of the season.

His first game will be against Welling United at the Woodspring Stadium this Saturday.

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For more on Gurney's departure and the start of a search for a new manager see next week's Weston Mercury.

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