Chippenham Town have sacked manager Mark Collier.
Collier’s final game saw his side draw 2-2 with Hemel Hempstead Town to move up to 18th place in the Vanarama National League South. Former Swindon Supermarine boss Collier was appointed in November 2013, going on to lead the Bluebirds to the highest level in their history, after promotion from the Southern League Premier Division as champions in 2017, with a league-record 103 points..
Collier was National League South Manager of the Month in October.and also led Chippenham to the first round of this season’s FA Cup. On his departure, chairman Neil Blackmore said: “In making this decision, I and my board recognise and are extremely grateful for what Mark has achieved since his time as manager at Chippenham Town FC and we wish him well for the future.
“We now need to move forward to appoint a new manager as soon as possible. In the interim, head coach Gary Horgan will take charge of the team.”