Emley AFC have today accepted the resignation of joint-manager Mark Wilson.
Chairman Nigel Wakefield said: “I must place on record our huge thanks to Mark for his years of service to this club over the years as a player – both with the original Emley and the new club – and latterly his spell as joint-manager. In all that time, he has never given anything less than 100% – on and off the field – and will remain an Emley legend who is welcome at this club at any time.”
Wilson said: “I want my reasons to be private, which I hope everyone will respect. This hasn’t been an easy decision or an overnight thought, it has been on my mind for a while. Football is about enjoyment and if that isn’t there, then decisions have to be made and I feel this is the right one.”
Wilson re-joined the club in a management position in May but now relinquishes the role to leave Richard Tracey as manager, with Steve Nicholson continuing as assistant manager.