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Manager Quits Ilford
Manager Quits Ilford
Essex Senior League club Ilford have announced that manager Jonny Fowell has decided to step down from his duties to take some time away from football due to personal reasons.
Tuesday 30 June 20 I 10:48:19 I Photo by

The former Clapton boss made his intentions clear to the Foxes Board a few months back that he wanted to take some time out but wanted to take some time to decide.

 

After long conversations with chairman Adam Peek and being offered a few different roles within the club he felt he can’t give what he believes he needs to make the team successful.

 

Fowell played an instrumental part of helping move the club out of relegation trouble last season and created a good team that will hopefully push on this season.

 

Ilford have left the door open for Folwell to return if he decided to and he will still be a part of the club even if not there.

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Manager Quits Ilford
Manager Quits Ilford
Tuesday 30 June 20 I 10:48:19
Photo by

The former Clapton boss made his intentions clear to the Foxes Board a few months back that he wanted to take some time out but wanted to take some time to decide.

 

After long conversations with chairman Adam Peek and being offered a few different roles within the club he felt he can’t give what he believes he needs to make the team successful.

 

Fowell played an instrumental part of helping move the club out of relegation trouble last season and created a good team that will hopefully push on this season.

 

Ilford have left the door open for Folwell to return if he decided to and he will still be a part of the club even if not there.

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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