Bamber Bridge FC have issued the following statement following the resignation of First Team Manager, Neil Crowe:
“It is with great reluctance that Bamber Bridge chairman Franny Doyle has accepted the resignation of manager Neil Crowe.
Neil has been involved with the club for over 10 years, and throughout that tIme has shown great dedication and service to the club,
Having served as reserve team manager and then moved up to assist Tony Greenwood with the 1st team.
Neil was appointed first team manager in 2011, were he had two successful seasons with a 7th place and a 4th place finish, Neil guided the team to more success when we reach the play final for the second season running.
Neil was rewarded with a 3 year contract in 2013/14 which was in its last year, but Neil decided that he taken the team as far as he could and decided to step down with immediate effect.
Bamber Bridge would like to place on record to thank Neil for all his hard work and dedication he has shown throughout his time at the club.
We all at Bamber Bridge wish Neil all the best for the future , and from all the friends he has made at the club, and to let him know that he will be welcome at the club any time.
Neil Reynolds has been appointed manager with immediate effect”
Source: Bamber Bridge FC