Evo-Stik NPL First Division North league leaders Warrington Town FC have parted company with manager Shaun Reid by mutual consent with immediate effect.




The club are currently sit eight points clear of second placed Northwich Victoria, having built on last season’s run to the FA Cup Second Round.

The Yellows also won the Doodson Sport Cup in one of the most successful seasons in their history.

A statement on the club website confirmed the decision.

It read “The Board of Directors at the club have been discussing plans for next season and beyond as part of its longer term objectives and decided they would not be renewing the manager’s contract at the end of the current season.

This decision has been discussed with Shaun and he asked to be released from his current contract to ensure he has the appropriate time to find the right opportunity for himself in the future.

The club has agreed to this request.

Stuart Mellish and Lee Smith will step up from their coaching roles to form a Management pairing, supported by the remaining coaching team.

Chairman Toby Macormac said: “Warrington Town Football Club would like to thank Shaun for all his hard work and success over the last three seasons and we wish him well for the future.”

The club will be making no further statement with full focus on the push for promotion and the visit of Ossett Albion on Saturday”

Source: Warrington Town FC


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