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Coventry United Lose Number Two
Coventry United Lose Number Two
Total Motion Midland League Premier Division club Coventry United have bid farewell to assistant manager Luke Morton.
Tuesday 30 June 20 I 10:26:31 I Photo by

Morton told https://www.cumedia.co.uk: “This was a very tough decision to make, but not one I have made overnight. I've been thinking it through for the past couple of months now. But I can look back on so many special memories.

 

“There's the first game for me and manager Terry Anderson against Nuneaton Griff, the FA Vase replay against Bromsgrove Sporting was a bitter sweet moment, but the best memory of all is meeting so many great people, and earning a great mate in Terry.

 

“He is an unbelievable manager and I feel we worked well together. We've become great friends and that won't change. The club is in great hands.”

 

Anderson said: “I am absolutely gutted to lose Luke. He has been with me for five years and I couldn’t have done it without him!

 

“He is a big loss to myself and the club, but he felt it was the right time for himself to leave. I would like to say massive thank you too him for everything he has done”.

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Coventry United Lose Number Two
Coventry United Lose Number Two
Tuesday 30 June 20 I 10:26:31
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Morton told https://www.cumedia.co.uk: “This was a very tough decision to make, but not one I have made overnight. I've been thinking it through for the past couple of months now. But I can look back on so many special memories.

 

“There's the first game for me and manager Terry Anderson against Nuneaton Griff, the FA Vase replay against Bromsgrove Sporting was a bitter sweet moment, but the best memory of all is meeting so many great people, and earning a great mate in Terry.

 

“He is an unbelievable manager and I feel we worked well together. We've become great friends and that won't change. The club is in great hands.”

 

Anderson said: “I am absolutely gutted to lose Luke. He has been with me for five years and I couldn’t have done it without him!

 

“He is a big loss to myself and the club, but he felt it was the right time for himself to leave. I would like to say massive thank you too him for everything he has done”.

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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