Frome Town have released a statement denying that manager Danny Greaves has left the club.
The Robins were beaten 1-0 at Staines Town at the weekend and are currently second-bottom of the Evo-Stik League South Premier Division South, nine points from safety but with a game in hand on the sides directly above the drop zone. The club have decided this morning to address rumours that there had been a managerial change, with this statement:
After reviewing social media rumours and reports following our match on Saturday, the club would like to clarify that Danny Greaves remains the manager of Frome Town F.C. retaining the full support of our board of Directors.
As you can imagine the whole club remains disappointed in regards to the last few weeks, given the recent on field results. These circumstances have meant that the club will be taking further steps to plan beyond the end of this season, regardless of our final league position. Danny Greaves remains an integral part of these plans, as we continue to develop a new culture within the playing staff, along with the introduction of the new development team.
For clarity, the club has not accepted or received any formal resignations. Also, to be clear, the club has not sought out or spoken to any managers or coaches that are attached to other clubs or free agents.
The club would like to also state, that whilst we would not typically comment on social media based rumours. We are committed to supporting our manager when these rumours can directly effect the ability for Danny to perform his role, or cause disruption to our playing squad at a critical point of the season.
We hope our fans and partners also remain committed to supporting the club through this tricky part of the season. Whilst continuing to show their support for Danny and the team.