Wrexham have announced that Mark Creighton will leaving with immediate effect, but fully understands as he looks to pursue other opportunities.

The former Reds’ defender said: “Things happen quickly in football and another door might well be opening for me.




“I’ve loved working with both Gary Mills and Darren Caskey, they’re great guys who are desperate to do well for Wrexham and see the club back into the Football League.

“It’s been a great experience working with them and the players, and I hope I have contributed, even though my most recent spell at the Racecourse has been brief.

“I’d like to wish the staff, players and directors all the best for the future – but can I say a special thank you to the Wrexham fans, who have never failed to support me.

“I really do hope this club moves back up as soon as possible.”

Creighton has been continuing his studies towards his coaching certificates and was also previously assistant-manager with Kidderminster Harriers, while working in the media with appearances on live BT Sport matches.

Source: www.footballconference.co.uk


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