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Morsley Departs AFC Sudbury
Morsley Departs AFC Sudbury
The Board of Directors of BetVictor Isthmian League North club AFC Sudbury have agreed to the voluntary redundancy of first team manager Mark Morsley.
Wednesday 18 March 20 I 12:13:08 I Photo by

A statement from the club on https://www.afcsudbury.co.uk reads: “This comes in light of the completely unprecedented times that the world finds itself in at this moment. The great uncertainty over when the world of football will return to normal has been entirely responsible for this decision.

 

“Mark has been a wonderful servant to our club and instrumental in making the model which AFC Sudbury has created the envy of many. The Board would like to record our thanks to Mark for his immense contribution and hope that he will stay on in some capacity to help us through the troubled times that all clubs currently face. And, of course, the good times that we hope will be just around the corner”.

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Morsley Departs AFC Sudbury
Morsley Departs AFC Sudbury
Wednesday 18 March 20 I 12:13:08
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A statement from the club on https://www.afcsudbury.co.uk reads: “This comes in light of the completely unprecedented times that the world finds itself in at this moment. The great uncertainty over when the world of football will return to normal has been entirely responsible for this decision.

 

“Mark has been a wonderful servant to our club and instrumental in making the model which AFC Sudbury has created the envy of many. The Board would like to record our thanks to Mark for his immense contribution and hope that he will stay on in some capacity to help us through the troubled times that all clubs currently face. And, of course, the good times that we hope will be just around the corner”.

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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