Maltby Main have announced “with great regret” that Jordan Hall has stepped down as manager of the Toolstation NCEL Premier Division side.

Hall was appointed in May but his work commitments have increased since then and the club say that he feels that he can no longer give time to the role that it commanded.

His assistant John Styring and coach Mark Higginbottom will also leave Muglet Lane so that the Miners “can start afresh”.

A club statement said: “It has become hard to balance work commitments and the travel that included for Jordan and the roles at the club and it’s an amicable decision by both parties.

“We appreciate this had also been a difficult time for the club in recent months and it has now unfortunately not worked out in the way we and the new team wanted and needed.

“Jordan, John and Mark leave with our full support and we wish them all the best in the future in and out of football.

“They are welcome at our club anytime and we hope to keep a relationship with them going in some way.

“Your patience in the next few days is appreciated while we sort affairs out.”


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