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Reds Part Company with Willcock
Reds Part Company with Willcock
Pitching In Northern Premier League Division One West club Workington AFC have parted company with manager Chris Willcock following a disappointing end to the season.
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The Reds missed out on the league title on the final day of the season after being held to a draw by relegated Market Drayton Town.

 

They then surrendered a 2-0 lead to lose 3-2 at home to Marine AFC in the play-offs.

 

A club statement on https://www.workingtonafc.com read: “Following a disappointing end to an otherwise successful season, on and off the pitch, the board have taken the decision not to renew the contract of Chris Willcock for the 2022/23 season.

 

“This was a difficult decision as the club narrowly missed out on automatic promotion as league champions and promotion via the play-offs. However, we believe a change in direction will give us the best chance of reaching this target next season.

 

“The Board would like to thank Chris and his family for their hard work and commitment over the past 10 months and wish them every success in his next football venture.

 

“The search for a replacement begins immediately and we hope to have the new manager in place in good time for the start of the new season”.

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Reds Part Company with Willcock
Reds Part Company with Willcock
Friday 06 May 22 I 10:01:21
Photo by

The Reds missed out on the league title on the final day of the season after being held to a draw by relegated Market Drayton Town.

 

They then surrendered a 2-0 lead to lose 3-2 at home to Marine AFC in the play-offs.

 

A club statement on https://www.workingtonafc.com read: “Following a disappointing end to an otherwise successful season, on and off the pitch, the board have taken the decision not to renew the contract of Chris Willcock for the 2022/23 season.

 

“This was a difficult decision as the club narrowly missed out on automatic promotion as league champions and promotion via the play-offs. However, we believe a change in direction will give us the best chance of reaching this target next season.

 

“The Board would like to thank Chris and his family for their hard work and commitment over the past 10 months and wish them every success in his next football venture.

 

“The search for a replacement begins immediately and we hope to have the new manager in place in good time for the start of the new season”.

Copyright Non League Today. Permission to use quotations from this article is granted subject to appropriate credit being given to the Non League Today website as the source and a link back to the Non League Today website.
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