Andy Samuels is standing down as manager of Sydenhams Wessex One side Romsey Town at the end of the season, The Daily Echo report.

He took his final home game in charge last weekend – a 3-2 win over Whitchurch United – and will bow out with two away games at US Portsmouth on (April 13) and Petersfield Town on April 20.

It brings the curtain down on a fruitful four-and-a-half year stay at the Bypass Ground in which Samuels has transformed the team from basement strugglers to Sydenhams Wessex One promotion contenders.

Speaking after Saturday’s game, Romsey’s vice-chairman Phil Rowland explained: “Andy has decided this will be his last season with us and, as such, we will be undertaking the process of recruiting for a new head of football and first-team coach/ manager shortly.”

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