Dwinder Tamna has taken back control of team affairs at Meridian VP again after Owen Jones stepped down as first-team manager.
The club chairman returns to the dug-out with his side struggling in the relegation places of the First Division table, having collected three wins from their 15 league games played.
A statement was released earlier on Twitter.
“Meridian VP FC, with regret, would like to put on record after discussions with the chairman on his return on Monday 29 November 2021 that Owen Jones has stepped down as first-team manager,”
“We would like to thank Owen for his monumental efforts he has applied to the club and ethos he has brought to the team since taking on the role in pre-season.
“Let it be said nothing in life is easy especially in these testing times over the past two years.
“We all have the best intensions to do well but unfortunately matters sometimes just don’t go to plan for whatever reason it may be.
“We send our best wishes to Owen for the future and most importantly he will be welcome anytime to the club, thank you Owen once again.
“Club chairman Dwinder Tamna has once again taken the reins in an effort to bring stability both on and off the field.”
Meridian VP host Faversham Strike Force this Saturday.