There have been significant changes at Vanarama National League South club Hungerford Town, with Ian Herring placed in charge of the team.

Hungerford Town FC

Manager Jon Boardman and assistant manager Gary MacDonald have left their roles, with the club pointing to its recent playing budget reduction as the reason for the management restructure. Previous boss Bobby Wilkinson had left just a few games into this campaign, leading to Boardman and experienced player Ian Herring taking charge.

MacDonald then arrived soon after to assist Boardman, but both have now left, leaving 34-year-old former Swindon Town youngster Herring to preside of first-team matters. The midfielder has been with the club for over five years and takes charge with the team 18th in the table, five points above the drop zone.

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