Yate Town manager Paul Britton has decided to step down from his role.
‘Polly’ and his coaches, John Lester and Martin Cutler, guided the club back to the Southern League Premier with a play-off triumph last year, beating Cinderford Town at Lodge Road.
Speaking about the end of his four-year tenure with the Bluebells, Britton said: “More often than not, you leave a club because you have had a disagreement or you have not delivered on the pitch. I firmly believe we have over-achieved in our time, and we are rightly very proud of this success.
“John Lester, Martin Cutler and Nigel Hawkins and myself could not have worked harder to give Yate Town the platform it now has. We would have liked to have continued on this journey but feel now is the time to move on and allow someone else to take the club forward.”