Glen Driver said his decision to step down as Braintree Town manager came after he realised that the club’s finances may not be able to match his own ambitions of taking them forward in the next few years, Braintree & Witham Times report.

Driver, along with assistant manager Tony Kinsella, announced his departure from the Iron hotseat on Thursday morning after just five months at the helm.

“I feel I’ve done a great job at the club and I’ve had people within football who I respect telling me that I have done a great job,” said Driver.

“But I think there are ambitions and expectations of supporters that can’t be backed by the club.”

Read more: https://www.braintreeandwithamtimes.co.uk/sport/18020785.financial-restrictions-behind-drivers-decision-step-iron-helm/

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