Thamesmead Town have announced that after discussions with Club chairman Paul Bowden Brown, first team manager Terry Spillane has left the club by mutual consent.
Following a meeting between the manager and the chairman held since the clubs 4-3 defeat at Maldon & Tiptree at the weekend, it is with regret that the two parties have decided to go their separate ways with immediate effect.
Mr Bowden-Brown said, “I’d like put on record my thanks Terry for all he’s done during his reign as manager of TTFC, and I wish him well for the future on behalf of everyone at the Club.
We’ve had a discussion since our game at Maldon on Saturday, and it’s a disappointing day that we have agreed to go our separate ways. Terry will always be welcome at the SCT.”
Mr Spillane added, “I’ve enjoyed my time at TTFC and feel that we’ve achieved a lot in my time at the club. I’d just like to thank my back room staff (Tony Faulkner, Darran George and Carly Payne) for their help and support, as well as under 21 manager Gary Ryan, for producing a number of players who have featured for me.
Dave Joy (the club secretary) who has been immense, as well as the old committee members, and I’d also like to thank the chairman for his unconditional support given to me. Most importantly, I’d like to thank all of the players who have worn the clubs colours in my time and have given everything for me.
Finally, a thank you to all the club’s supporters who have been magnificent and I’m sure they will be for the new manager whoever he may be.”
Source: Thamesmead Town FC