On Monday, Kidlington FC accepted the resignation of manager Ady Fuller after a frustrating start to the season.

The team record just one victory in their opening eight league games and defeat in both opening games in the FA Cup and FA Trophy.

Fuller’s appointment was never allowed to flourish and an early set back saw newly appointed Director of Football Andy Sinnott resign before a ball was kicked. Faced with a mass exodus of last years squad, only goalkeeper Sam Warrell (this season’s captain) and a couple of others remained, results never materialised for him and it was always an uphill task.

Previous manager Julian McCalmon will take over first team affairs with immediate effect. Elliott Osborne-Rickets rejoins the club as his assistant.

McCalmon returns having achieved mid-table finishes in the Southern League with “The Greens” in the previous two seasons and reaching the Oxfordshire Senior Cup Final last season.

Source: www.evostikleaguesouthern.co.uk

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