Daventry Town have announced that manager Darran Foster has stepped down and cancelled their Bank Holiday Monday game against Rugby Town
A statement on the club website read “The club are sad to announce that Darran Foster has resigned as Manager of Daventry Town FC.
Foster who returned to take charge at the start of the season has also run the clubhouse along with his family during this time.
His Assistant Manager Neil Champelovier and Club Secretary Nigel Foster, his brother, have also resigned their positions.
It was Darran’s third spell with the club. In his second term he led the club to the FA Cup 1st Round and an away tie at Football League side Chesterfield. A match in which over 700 supporters in Daventry Town purple travelled to Derbyshire.
This season started brightly for Darran and the Town however a transfer embargo, poor attendances and money issues have led to a number of players leaving and the squad numbers depleted. Town’s last win came in a 2 1 success at Tividale on the 19th December 2015″
The Evo-Stik League confirmed the postponement of the game against Rugby Town was postponed as Daventry were unable to field a side.
The league statement read “It is with regret that due to Daventry Town being unable to field a team for tomorrow’s [28/3] First Division South fixture away to Rugby Town the match is postponed.
The Northern Premier League will not be making any further statement with regards to Daventry Town Football Club until such time a discussion has taken place as to the ability of the club to complete the seasons fixtures”