Melksham Town have confirmed the departure of manager Kieran Baggs.

The Evo-Stik League South Division One South club said the following:

Kieran Baggs resigned Friday morning after a meeting with one of the club’s directors. The club would like to place on record our thanks to Kieran and his father Mick, and to all the players for their hard work over the past two seasons, which has seen Melksham Town promoted to the Southern League for the first time in the club’s history.

The club would also like to take this opportunity to thank all the supporters and players who attended Saturday’s game against AFC Totton, for their spontaneous standing ovation at the end of the game and respectful behaviour throughout the season and this match. As a club we are extremely disappointed with some of the unfounded speculation posted on social media by a handful of people.

However we refuse to respond to unfounded speculation, to uphold the club’s dignity and conduct ourselves in the professional manner expected from a club of this standard.

We would like to assure all supporters the club is as ambitious as it has always been, culminating in us having a brand new stand made which enables us to participate in the league above.

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