Danny Chapman has stepped down from his position as Harlow Town manager.
After 16 years with the club, nine of those as manager, Chapman felt it was time to take a break from football. The club said in an official statement:
“During his time with the club, Danny has delivered many positive records as both player and latterly manager, and will always be a major part of our history. Amongst these achievements have been winning promotion as a player and managing his side to the same feat, along the way delivering our longest unbeaten run.
“We all at the club wish Danny the very best and would like to thank him for his years of hard work and dedication and know his time with us will also hold a place in his heart.”