Lydd Town are on the search for a new manager, after Mickey Doyle stepped down from his role today.
Doyle, who led the Lydders to promotion last season, released this statement;
“Lydders, It’s with a heavy heart that I will be stepping down as manager of Lydd Town. My reasons are purely due to commitment reasons with family and my work load increasing allowing me less time to put my efforts into football which I felt would be unfair on the club, my management team and the lads.
“I’ve seen it all with Lydd from relegation battles to promotion making history along the way. I would like to thank Pat Bruce Lisa and the club for trusting me with the club and all the people that worked closely with me throughout my time.
“Lastly thanks to every player that put a shirt on for me. I would like to wish then club every success in the future. I said at the start it would be a rollercoaster ride and it was a great one and enjoyed every part of it. Little old Lydd keep making waves.”
Lydd will now be looking for a new person to lead them out in their season opener against Holmesdale on July 29th.
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Update – 20th July