Managers in/out 2019/20

DT Snapper

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Dorchester Town FC
Ex-Taunton and Truro boss Leigh Robinson is the new man in charge at Dorchester.
Robbie Herrera (ex plymouth Academy) as new First Team Coach as well. A massive game at Bottom Beaconsfield tomorrow as if Dorchester lose we drop to bottom with Beaconsfield leapfrogging us and with games in hand too.
 

derekn

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Taunton Town
Paul Sidwell has left Godolphin Atlantic in the SW Peninsula West.
 

rebus

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Wroxham, Barnet
Steve Conroy has left Walton Casuals by mutual consent, as has his assistant Liam Walsh.
 

derekn

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Taunton Town
Barry Corr announced as the new manager of St Neots Town
 

Kirby Knitters

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The Knitters.
Luke Danville has been handed the managers job at NCE Premier outfit Hemsworth Miners Welfare on a permanent basis.
 

Wheelbarrow

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Richard Midadje has stepped down from his role as 1st team manager of Billingshurst FC by mutual consent with the club. Club twitter on 8th Jan
 

Kirby Knitters

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The Knitters.
David Cook has left Bedworth United U21 to take over as manager of MFL 1 club NKF Burbage.
 

Climate Change

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Oxpete

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Pompey
News from Kidlington FC that manager Julian McCalmon and assistant Joe Davies have decided to leave the club.

They have been replaced by new manager Ben Sadler and new assistant Paul Braithwaite. The pair were in charge of Wantage Town FC during that side's Hellenic League championship winning 2018~19 season.

Kidlington are presently in 16th place in Southern League Div.1 Central.
 
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