Dean Barker has resigned from his role as manager of Kings Langley.
Kings have taken eight points from their opening seven games this season in the BetVictor Southern Premier Central. Barker took charge back in June and was described by the club as ‘the perfect fit to further develop the club’s young squad.’
The former Northwood boss has now departed, though, and the club have posted this statement this morning:
“Kings Langley Football Club have reluctantly accepted the resignation of first-team manager, Dean Barker. Dean joined the club under challenging circumstances with the club’s entire pre-season and early league fixtures all played away from home.
“Dean showed exceptional resolve to overcome these difficulties to lead the team to a positive start to the season. The club recognise and acknowledge the unrelenting work ethic and commitment Dean has displayed during his tenure and would like to put on record their appreciation of the contribution he has made to Kings Langley Football Club in a short space of time.
“The club wish him all the very best in his future career.”